A Terrible Truth: Good

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Irene N. Watts
Playwrights Canada Press, 2004 - Drama - 384 pages
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Volume I includes: Albert Speer by David Edgar; Ghetto by Joshua Sobol; Rose by Martin Sherman; Z: a meditation on oppression, desire & freedom by Anne Szumigalski; and Sammy's Follies: A Criminal Comedy by Eugene Lion.

Volume II includes: Good by C.P. Taylor; None is Too Many by Jason Sherman; Playing for Time by Arthur Miller; Still the Night by Theresa Tova; and The Trials of John Demjanjuk by Jonathan Garfinkel, music by Allen Cole.

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In 1968 Irene N. Watts came to Canada from Britain, where she had arrived thirty years earlier from Germany, via Kindertransport. She is a writer/playwright, theatre director, and educator. Her plays for young audiences have been widely produced. Awards include a Vancouver Theatre Alliance Jessie Richardson for

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