Douglas Bowie: Two Plays

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Theatre Communications Group, Sep 1, 2009 - Drama - 196 pages
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Goodbye, Piccadilly is an entertaining and touching domestic drama… Bowie has a very good ear, verbal and musical, and brings his characters to quirky, solid life…” — Robert Cushman, The National Post

Rope’s End…a finely crafted combination of splendid wit, physical comedy and hairpin emotional turns that shift from side-splittingly funny to profoundly poignant as quickly as the dimming of the stage lights.” — Brockville Recorder and Times 

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Raised in Ottawa, Douglas Bowie fell into a writing career when he entered a CBC TV contest on a whim while working for a local ad agency. His teleplay,

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