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Find Me, a play by Olwen Wymark

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Based upon a true story, this play was written in 1977 by Olwen Wymark. It is an interesting and gripping play about a girl called Verity Taylor who was charged by police with damaging a chair by fire in the mental hospital where she was a patient.

A gripping play which exposes the truth about the hardships of life when living with an autistic person. The play depicts a family trying to live with an autistic child in a time when medical staff did not completely understand how to deal with mental illness. It's a great play to produce a stylised, experimental performance, with characters constantly swapping roles, narrators addressing the audience and moments of action which suddently freeze. It would be great for sixth formers especially for those studying the more experimental practitioners such as Brecht or Artaud. It is short and easy to read and does not require any special costumes, staging or props. In can be performed with a total cast of eight.

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