DOI: 10.5040/9781350028104.00000003
Scenes: 3. Roles: Male (1) , Female (1) , Neutral (0)

Harrogate tells the story of a father struggling to confront his obsessions head-on without destroying his family. It is a play about how we perform versions of ourselves depending on what company we keep, and how we project onto others versions of the people we want to see, rather than accepting who stands in front of us.

The play is a triptych about obsession, repression and lust.

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Bloomsbury Publishing

Al Smith

ISBN: 9781350028081

Series: Modern Plays

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