Private Jokes, Public Places

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Playwrights Canada Press, 2002 - Drama - 58 pages
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A female architecture student defends her thesis project, a swimming pool facility. With intellectual pretension and a great deal of pontificating, her advisors challenge her difference, leading her to turn the tables on them with a spectacular and unexpected action.

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About the author (2002)

Oren Safdie is a Canadian playwright and screenwriter.His plays include Jews & Jesus, Fiddler Sub-Terrain, Hyper-Allergenic, Broken Places, Laughing Dogs, La Compagnie and Private Jokes, Public Places. His most recent play, The Last Word, had its debut Off Broadway in 2007. La Compagnie was later turned into Fashion Avenue,” a pilot for CBS.Safdie also wrote the 1998 film “You Can Thank Me Later,” based on his play Hyper-Allergenic.He co-wrote the 2007 Israeli film “Fresh Wrinkle.” He is married to actress/playwright M.J. Kang.

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