Revolutionary Witness: And, Nobody Here But Us Chickens

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Methuen Drama, 1989 - Drama - 85 pages
"Revolutionary Witness" was written to mark the anniversary of Bastille Day and is a set of four monologues by characters whose lives were changed. "Nobody Here" is a collection of three short plays about being handicapped, which try through farce to turn the tables on common preconceptions.

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Peter Barnes is one of the UK's most respected dramatists, with numerous stage, screen and radio plays to his name. His work has been performed by Laurence Olivier, Alec Guinness, Peggy Ashcroft, John Gielgud and Paul Scofield (among others). He won the Evening Standard Most Promising Playwright award for "The Ruling Class" in 1969 and the Olivier Award for Best Play in 1985 for "Red Noses," His screenplay for "Enchanted April" (1992) was nominated for an Academy Award.

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