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Alaska (Royal Court Theatre)by D. C. Moore
Synopses & Reviews
Produced as a programme text for the world premiere of the work at the Royal Court Theatre's Theatre Upstairs, Alaska explores the life and lies of Frank.
Frank is an ordinary bloke who likes smoking, history and playing House of the Dead 3. He can put up with his job on a cinema kiosk until a new supervisor arrives who is younger than him. And Asian. The conflict that arises provokes a spiral of lies and eventual violence that uncovers Frank's fa?ade and raises questions about identity and race in modern Britain.
Alaska explores the life and lies of Frank in a play about identity and race.
Produced as a program text for the world premiere of the work at the Royal Court Theatre’s Theatre Upstairs, Alaska explores the life and lies of Frank in a play that raises questions about identity and race.
About the Author
Alaska is David Moore's first play.
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