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Out In The Open

by Jonathan Harvey

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0413762505, Paperback)

The brilliant new play from the writer of Beautiful Thing


"What you don't know, don't hurt you"

Tony's ready to live-it-large and love again. But his efforts to step back on to the scene are hampered by a secret his friends, Monica and Kevin, should have told him a long time ago.

Out in the Open is a funny and caustic exploration of love and the limits of friendship set over a long, hazily hot summer weekend in London.

Directed by Kathy Burke, Out in the Open premiered at London's Hampstead Theatre in March 2001 and transferred to Birmingham Rep.


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