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Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister (Oberon Modern Plays)

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Rebecca Peyton, the younger sister of a BBC journalist murdered in Somalia, offers up a funny, heartfelt play about death and other taboos. In this political and personal, one-woman account of life after Kate, Peyton crafts a moving and often comic tapestry of private moments out of a public tragedy.

Synopsis:

The younger sister of a journalist murdered in Somalia offers up a funny, heartfelt play about death and other taboos.

About the Author

Rebecca Peyton is a stage and screen actor whose credits for TV include EastEnders, Casualty and Stan. Rebecca will be appearing in a True Stories: Elizabeth Fry, as the nineteenth-century prison reformer, for the BBC's Learning Zone and in her first feature, Where I Belong, in 2012. She works with Actors for Human Rights and is part of Teatro Vivo. Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister is Rebecca's writing debut.

Martin M. Bartelt has worked as a dancer, actor, director and producer all over the world. He recently won the TeatarFest Award in Sarajevo for Courage, l'Amour e(s)t la Vie and has also taught extensively throughout Europe. He is Artistic Director of Obviam Est, founder of Artists For The World, and founder-director of the Il Gatto Danza Festival in Switzerland.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781849431866
Author:
Peyton, Rebecca
Publisher:
Oberon Books
Author:
Bartelt, Martin M.
Subject:
British & Irish
Subject:
Drama-Women and Ethnic
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20120831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
96
Dimensions:
8.25 x 5 in

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