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Who's Afraid of the Working Class free pdf Five plays are intertwined in one in this story of fringe dwellers, living in an age of social, economic and moral deprivation. Mostly without work, and politically disengaged, they work at survival. 'With intelligence, well-judged humour and the searching qualities of truly memorable theatre, the play peels away political propaganda and notions of correctness to present a candid, difficult, searing portrait of the poor and marginalised.' SMH Who' Afraid of the Working Class? was adapted into the film, Blessed. (9 male, 10 female).

About Andrew Bovell

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. Patricia Cornelius, a founding member of Melbourne Workers Theatre, is an award-winning playwright and novelist. She has written over twenty plays.

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Author : Andrew Bovell
Publisher : Currency Press Pty Ltd
Data Published : 01 August 2014
ISBN : 1925005240
EAN : 9781925005240
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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