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Tear from a Glass Eye  

Tear from a Glass Eye $20.90 ex GST
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In this absurdist tale, a man called Titus is found unconscious in the desert. He has lost his memory. A woman suffering from burn wounds waits on a beach for an overhead plane to explode and fall into the sea. Titus, for whom she is waiting, is listed as a passenger on the flight.

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Cast : 3M, 2F

Currency Press | 978-0-86819-559-9 | Sales rights: worldwide | PB

Author

MATT CAMERON is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. his plays include Tear from a Glass Eye, winner of Wal Cherry Play of the Year Award with productions by Playbox, Black Swan and London’s Gate Theatre, where he was nominated for Evening Standard Awards; Footprints on Water, winner of British Council International New Playwriting Award with productions by Neonheart, Griffin and La Mama; Mr Melancholy, winner of ANPC/New Dramatists Award with productions by Griffin, La Boite, Chameleon as well as in New York, Paris and Poland; and The Eskimo Calling, produced by Neonheart at Malthouse Theatre and Belvoir B Sharp. For the Melbourne Theatre Company: Poor Boy, featuring the songs of Tim Finn, nominated for Victorian Premier’s Literary Award and co-produced by Sydney Theatre Company; Hinterland, nominated for NSW Premier’s Literary Award; Man the Balloon, nominated for Victorian Premier’s Literary Award; and a short play Whispering Death. Ruby Moon, nominated for Queensland Premier’s Literary Award and produced by MTC, STC, QTC, State Theatre of SA, Playbox, Neonheart as well as in England, Japan and Switzerland. Screen credits include Seachange, Crashburn, Newstopia, script editor for Kath & Kim and co-creator/co-writer/director of AWGIE award-winning Introducing Gary Petty.

For a rich guide to understanding more about the work of Matt Cameron  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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