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54% Acrylic
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written by David Harrower, 1966-, in Scottish Shorts, edited by Philip Howard. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2010). pp. 113-155 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2015, originally published 2010), 45 page(s)
When a young woman shoplifts for the first time, the store detective decides to give chase, but just how far is he prepared to go?
written by David Harrower, 1966-, in Scottish Shorts, edited by Philip Howard. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2010). pp. 113-155 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2015, originally published 2010), 45 page(s)
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written by Imad Farajin, fl. 2002, in Plays from the Arab World, edited by Elyse Dodgson. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2010). pp. 31-69 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2010, originally published 2010), 41 page(s)
Four Palestinian men share a cramped prison cell listening to the buses come and go outside. Will the next bus be the one to take them home?
written by Imad Farajin, fl. 2002, in Plays from the Arab World, edited by Elyse Dodgson. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2010). pp. 31-69 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2010, originally published 2010), 41 page(s)
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African Gothic
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written by Reza de Wet, 1952-2012, in Reza de Wet: Plays Two, by Reza de Wet. (London: Oberon Books, 2005). p. NA (2005, originally published 2005), 69 page(s)
A farm lies in ruin. And with mother and father now gone, a brother and sister face eviction by an officious lawyer. Abandoned, they endlessly enact the rituals of punishment once visited upon them by their parents. Widely regarded as a milestone in South African theatre, the multi-award winning play African Gothi...
written by Reza de Wet, 1952-2012, in Reza de Wet: Plays Two, by Reza de Wet. (London: Oberon Books, 2005). p. NA (2005, originally published 2005), 69 page(s)
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All the Way Home
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written by Ayub Khan-Din, 1961-, in Ayub Khan Din Plays: One by Ayub Khan Din. (Londn: Nick Hern Books, 2014). pp. 93-192 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2011, originally published 2014), 101 page(s)
In All the Way Home (2011), a quarrelsome group of siblings gathers at the family home under the shadow of impending loss. Amidst the cut and thrust of spiky Salford banter, long-harboured resentments rise to the surface and family bonds unravel and unwind.
written by Ayub Khan-Din, 1961-, in Ayub Khan Din Plays: One by Ayub Khan Din. (Londn: Nick Hern Books, 2014). pp. 93-192 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2011, originally published 2014), 101 page(s)
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Alta Villa
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written by Lancelot Hamelin, 1972-, in The Oberon Anthology of Contemporary French Plays, edited and translated by Chris Campbell. (London: Oberon Books, 2017), pp. 120-191 (2017, originally published 2007), 73 page(s)
A diverse selection of contemporary plays from a range of established and up-and-coming playwrights based in France, edited and translated by Chris Campbell, Literary Manager of the Royal Court.‘The four works in this collection illustrate how contemporary French playwriting cannot be confined to any particular...
written by Lancelot Hamelin, 1972-, in The Oberon Anthology of Contemporary French Plays, edited and translated by Chris Campbell. (London: Oberon Books, 2017), pp. 120-191 (2017, originally published 2007), 73 page(s)
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Amajuba: Like Doves We Rise
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written by Yaël Farber, 1971-, in Theatre as Witness, by Yaël Farber. (London: Oberon Books, 2008), pp. 85-202 (2008, originally published 2008), 119 page(s)
Amajuba: Like Doves We Rise is a moving tapestry of different personal perspectives on growing up under Apartheid.
written by Yaël Farber, 1971-, in Theatre as Witness, by Yaël Farber. (London: Oberon Books, 2008), pp. 85-202 (2008, originally published 2008), 119 page(s)
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Amazônia
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written by Colin Teevan, 1968- and Paul Heritage, fl. 2008 (London, England: Oberon Books, 2008, originally published 2008), 100 page(s)
The village of Todos Os Santos is under threat from developers who want to clear the village and the forest for farmland. Meanwhile, the village bull won’t dance the traditional bumba meu boi and the pregnant Catarina has developed a taste for impossible foods that her husband Francisco must get for her. Can the...
written by Colin Teevan, 1968- and Paul Heritage, fl. 2008 (London, England: Oberon Books, 2008, originally published 2008), 100 page(s)
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And Here I Am
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written by Hassan Abdulrazzak, 1973- (London, England: Oberon Books, 2017, originally published 2017), 57 page(s)
A bitter sweet, dark political comedy based on one man’s true story and his odyssey in search for identity. Based on Ahmed Tobasi’s personal coming of age story, AND HERE I AM is an epic voyage of identity and self-discovery. Combining fact and fantasy, tragedy and comedy, spanning both the first Palestinian i...
written by Hassan Abdulrazzak, 1973- (London, England: Oberon Books, 2017, originally published 2017), 57 page(s)
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... and Juliet
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written by Akis Dimou, in The Oberon Anthology of Contemporary Greek Plays, by Lena Kitsopoulou,‎ Nina Rapi,‎ Yannis Mavritsakis,‎ Charalampos Giannou,‎ Akis Dimou. (London: Oberon Books, 2017), pp. 217-239 (2017, originally published 2017), 24 page(s)
Akis Dimou, … and Juliet - A monologue about sexual loneliness. Our heroine, an aged Juliet reminisces upon the traumas of love.
written by Akis Dimou, in The Oberon Anthology of Contemporary Greek Plays, by Lena Kitsopoulou,‎ Nina Rapi,‎ Yannis Mavritsakis,‎ Charalampos Giannou,‎ Akis Dimou. (London: Oberon Books, 2017), pp. 217-239 (2017, originally published 2017), 24 page(s)
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Angelstate
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written by Nina Rapi, fl. 2006, in The Oberon Anthology of Contemporary Greek Plays, by Lena Kitsopoulou,‎ Nina Rapi,‎ Yannis Mavritsakis,‎ Charalampos Giannou,‎ Akis Dimou. (London: Oberon Books, 2017), pp. 63-113 (2017, originally published 2017), 52 page(s)
Nina Rapi, Angelstate - In an imaginary space of expiation six characters seek truths while battling with desire, loss and guilt.
written by Nina Rapi, fl. 2006, in The Oberon Anthology of Contemporary Greek Plays, by Lena Kitsopoulou,‎ Nina Rapi,‎ Yannis Mavritsakis,‎ Charalampos Giannou,‎ Akis Dimou. (London: Oberon Books, 2017), pp. 63-113 (2017, originally published 2017), 52 page(s)
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