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Smack Family Robinson (Oberon Modern Plays)

by Richard Bean

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If you're a Robinson, family matters are about to get serious. Things have changed since dad set up the family business in the 60's: new products, more competition and a bigger market. At the end of the day though, it's still all about cash and stock. But this is no ordinary family business: the Robinsons are drug dealers. After 35 years of serving it up to the local community, dad has handed over the reins to son Sean. And there are going to be changes, but not all for the better. The local police are becoming more and more interested in the activities of the family and serious questions are being asked.: Who killed Pammy? Who are the mysterious Russians? And more importantly, where the f**k are all the spoons? Delivering a pure hit of darkly disturbing comedy, Smack Family Robinson draws a fine line between love and hate, and then snorts the lot.… (more)

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