Plasticine

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Genesis, 2002 - Drama - 52 pages
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An extraordinary and disturbing play about post-Communist Russia by a young Siberian-born writer.

Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright
Anti-Booker Prize, Moscow

In a faceless city in the depths of present-day Russia a young boy dies. Women in the street are drunk, fight and demand sex. Maksim, a schoolboy, makes his way through this urban hell. His only retreat is into a private world moulded by himself, out of which springs a final act of reckless courage.

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About the author (2002)

Vassily Vladimirovich Sigarev is a Russian playwright, screenwriter and film director. His plays Plasticine , Black Milk and Ladybird were first produced in the West by the Royal Court Theatre.

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