Almost Nothing/At the Table

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Nick Hern, 2004 - Drama - 66 pages
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Part of the Royal Court's ground-breaking international season, these plays are a unique double-bill of new Brazilian plays in English translation. Both plays are avowedly influenced by Harold Pinter, but have their own uncanny way of building atmosphere by what is not said. Barbosa's writing hints at the murky morality that lies beneath the surface of normal life.

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User Review  - GingerbreadMan - LibraryThing

In all honesty, I picked this book mainly because it was slim. The challenge is coming to an end, and november will be crucial if I am to pull it off this year. It’s one in a pile of Royal court plays ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Marcos Barbosa took part in a writers' group run by the Royal Court in his native city oif Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 2001. Almost Nothing premiered at the Teatro Popular in Sao Paulo in Sept 2003.

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