Jean Anouilh used the historical murder in 1170 of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, on the orders of his friend, King Henry II of England, as to the starting point to write Becket or the Honour of God, a pitilessly passionate debate on friendship, treason, mundane passions and interests which oppose loyalty and human dignity.

Certain Inhabitants¿ Theatre adapted this magnificent text and first performed it in 1998. It was the company¿s first production in which five actors played multiple roles in a forum that consisted of a stone stairway. It soon became one of the most significant theatrical productions in Mexico in the last decades. It won numerous awards and had long runs in the Museo del Carmen in Mexico City, besides going on national and international tours.