2012 Flashpoint Rehearsed Readings: A kind of fabulous hatred by Barry Dickins
Rehearsed readings of winning scripts from the R.E. Ross Trust Playwrights’ Script Development Awards.
A kind of fabulous hatred by Barry Dickins – Monday 26 November at 7.30 pm
A fantastical monodrama set on the night of Sylvia Plath’s suicide – the night of the worst storm ever recorded in Great Britain. Three things cry in desperation: the children cry because the house is shaking, the poet cries because her cuckolding husband is absent, and Death cries because Sylvia is hesitant. The poet is waiting for her cue and the storm provides it.
Director: Laurence Strangio. Actor: Caroline Lee.
Dates: 19 and 26 November 2012
Time: 7.30 pm
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