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Why A Playwright Took His Name Off The Play
"Alienation opened at Perth's State Theatre Centre on July 2 in controversial circumstances when Philpott, who did not attend, arranged to have notes placed on audience seats that read: 'This production does not reflect my original, scripted or communicated intentions as the playwright'." The Australian 07/15/13
Posted July 15, 2013 07:13 AM




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