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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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Abbey Theatre Digital Archive
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(Galway, Connacht: National University of Ireland, Galway),
Source: www.nuigalway.ie
(Galway, Connacht: National University of Ireland, Galway),
Source: www.nuigalway.ie
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Anita and Me
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written by Meera Syal, 1961- (London, England: Oberon Books, 2015, originally published 2015), 138 page(s)
This poignant coming-of-age tale follows Meena, the irreverent teenage daughter of the only Punjabi family in the mining village of Tollington. When she becomes friends with the impossibly feisty Anita, she thinks she’s found her soul mate but her world is turned upside down and she finds herself caught between...
written by Meera Syal, 1961- (London, England: Oberon Books, 2015, originally published 2015), 138 page(s)
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BAAL
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written by Bertolt Brecht, 1898-1956; produced by Edith Cowan University and Murdoch University; performed by Steve Capener, fl. 2012, Kaitlin Goss, fl. 2012, Rhianna Hall, fl. 2012, Robyn Nell, fl. 2012, Grace Spini, fl. 2012, Steven Strauss, fl. 2012, Rachel Markus, fl. 2012, Peta Kuchel, fl. 2012 and Bethsaida Tapsall, fl. 2012 (Melbourne, Victoria: Contemporary Arts Media, 2012, originally published 2012), 1 hour 13 mins

Murdoch University in collaboration with Edith Cowan University's Contemporary Performance course presents Bertolt Brecht's Baal - a visually stunning and unorthodox interpretation of the text that brings Brecht's epic theatre into the 21st Century. Baal was Brecht's first full-length play; written at the age of...

written by Bertolt Brecht, 1898-1956; produced by Edith Cowan University and Murdoch University; performed by Steve Capener, fl. 2012, Kaitlin Goss, fl. 2012, Rhianna Hall, fl. 2012, Robyn Nell, fl. 2012, Grace Spini, fl. 2012, Steven Strauss, fl. 2012, Rachel Markus, fl. 2012, Peta Kuchel, fl. 2012 and Bethsaida Tapsall, fl. 2012 (Melbourne, Victoria: Contemporary Arts Media, 2012, originally published 2012), 1 hour 13 mins
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(Australia: Ballets Russes, 2011),
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Better Days Better Knights
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written by Stanley Eveling, 1925-2008, in Scottish Shorts, edited by Philip Howard. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2010). pp. 79-97 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2015, originally published 2010), 21 page(s)
A sweet-hearted tale of a washed-up knight-of-old, from the grandfather of modern Scottish playwriting.
written by Stanley Eveling, 1925-2008, in Scottish Shorts, edited by Philip Howard. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2010). pp. 79-97 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2015, originally published 2010), 21 page(s)
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Body Listening, Part 1
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directed by David Pledger, fl. 1999; produced by Lydia Teychenne, fl. 2012, Not Yet It's Difficult (Melbourne, Victoria: Contemporary Arts Media, 2012, originally published 2012), 1 hour 26 mins

Developed by David Pledger, Artistic Director of Australian performance company 'not yet it's difficult' (NYID), the workshop video takes the viewer through exercises that form the basis of the methodology of body listening. Joined on the floor with actors, dancers and musicians from NYID and the Korean company, W...

directed by David Pledger, fl. 1999; produced by Lydia Teychenne, fl. 2012, Not Yet It's Difficult (Melbourne, Victoria: Contemporary Arts Media, 2012, originally published 2012), 1 hour 26 mins
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The Brothers
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written by Reza de Wet, 1952-2012 (London, England: Oberon Books, 2006, originally published 2006), 85 page(s)
During a night-long vigil preceding the funeral of their brother Kostia, Anton and Aleksander Chekhov are drawn into an agonising and explosive confrontation with each other – and with deeply hidden aspects of themselves. As the play unfolds, it becomes a searing portrayal of human misery and the redemptive powe...
written by Reza de Wet, 1952-2012 (London, England: Oberon Books, 2006, originally published 2006), 85 page(s)
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Brothers of Thunder
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written by Ann Marie Di Mambro, 1950-, in Scotland Plays: New Scottish Drama, edited by Philip Howard. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2001), pp. 65-136 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2001, originally published 1998), 73 page(s)
John, an HIV-positive man, takes refuge with a Roman Catholic priest. A fragile relationship begins to develop between them until a figure from John's past arrives upon the scene. The conflict between them encompasses questions of forgiveness, reconciliation and the role of the church in the modern world.
written by Ann Marie Di Mambro, 1950-, in Scotland Plays: New Scottish Drama, edited by Philip Howard. (London: Nick Hern Books, 2001), pp. 65-136 (London, England: Nick Hern Books, 2001, originally published 1998), 73 page(s)
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Bérénice
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written by Jean Racine, 1639-1699 (1670); directed by Klause-Michael Grüber, fl. 1974-2002; performed by Catherine Samie, 1933-, Ludmila Mikaël, 1947-, Richard Fontana, 1951-1994, Roland Bertin, 1930-, Marcel Bozonnet, 1944- and Jacques Debary, 1914- (Films For The Humanities & Sciences, 1987), 2 hours 48 mins
Catherine Samie, 1933-
written by Jean Racine, 1639-1699 (1670); directed by Klause-Michael Grüber, fl. 1974-2002; performed by Catherine Samie, 1933-, Ludmila Mikaël, 1947-, Richard Fontana, 1951-1994, Roland Bertin, 1930-, Marcel Bozonnet, 1944- and Jacques Debary, 1914- (Films For The Humanities & Sciences, 1987), 2 hours 48 mins
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