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Age Of Consent (Modern Plays) by Peter…

Age Of Consent (Modern Plays)

by Peter Morris

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0413771865, Paperback)

Condemned by the mother of Jamie Bulger and acclaimed by the critics - for tackling the subject of child killers - this is the controversial new play from the winner of the Sunday Times Playwriting Prize 2001

Few kids have a secret as chilling as Timmy's.

Stephanie loves Raquel to death.

Acutely topical, darkly satirical and brutally uncompromising - these two monologues explore the shattering of childhood innocence. "The play opens up a moral minefield. Who can, or should, consent to what? Can anyone consent to something on the behalf of another? What power can anyone, a person or a community, have over the mind and life of another? Morris's play sends you out in a state of moral turbulence." (John Peter, Sunday Times)

The Age of Consent is published to tie in with its London premiere at the Bush Theatre in January 2002

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