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Two couples set out to betray their partners...
A lover returns from the past and a husband doesn’t answer the phone... A woman disappears and a neighbour is the prime suspect... Contracts are broken between intimates and powerful bonds are formed between strangers.
In Andrew Bovell’s masterfully interconnected polyphony, an evocative mystery unravels at the same time as a devastating tale of disconnection between individuals, partners and communities.
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1997 AWGIE Award - Stage Award
a play of shimmering, iridescent beauty, revealing the marvelous in the everyday
- Financial Times
Cast : 2M, 2F
Currency Press | 978-0-86819-903-0 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ & Asia | PB
ANDREW BOVELL is an award-winning writer for theatre, film and television. His AWGIE award-winning play
Speaking in Tongues has been seen throughout Australia as well as in Europe and the US and Bovell adapted it for the screen as
Lantana. Both the play and screenplay have been published by Currency along with
Scenes from a Separation (written with Hannie Rayson),
When the Rain Stops Falling and
Who's Afraid of the Working Class?, written with Patricia Cornelius, Melissa Reeves, Christos Tsiolkas and Irene Vela. He currently lives in South Australia.
For a rich guide to understanding more about the work of Andrew Bovell visit the 'What I wrote'
series website where you can download Teacher's Notes, watch a trailer for the DVD and read information on the authors.
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