Faces in the Crowd

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Bloomsbury USA, Oct 17, 2008 - Drama - 89 pages
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When Dave moved south to London he left behind his family, wife Joanne and mounting financial woes in favour of a playground of riches, sex and shopping. Ten years on and Joanne wants payback with interest.

Faces in the Crowd is a darkly comic play that offers a unique insight into twenty-first century London and the debts we accrue in the wake of seeking out our ambitions. It is published as a programme text to accompany the world premiere at the Royal Court Theatre, running from October to November 2008.

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About the author (2008)

London-based Leo Butler was awarded the 2001 George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright for his first full-length play Redundant. Since then he has had plays commissioned and produced by the Royal Court Theatre, the RSC, and the National Theatre's Education Department.

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