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29th Jul '15 12:02:58 PM TrustBen
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* Tennessee Williams' ''Camino Real'', or at least parts of it.

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* Tennessee Williams' Creator/TennesseeWilliams' ''Camino Real'', or at least parts of it.
29th Jul '15 8:29:54 AM LahmacunKebab
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* Arthur M. Jolly's ''A Gulag Mouse''. The play mostly takes place in a bunkhouse, where the lead character argues and fights with four other women, before leading them in a daring escape attempt. In the final scene, [[spoiler: she meets her son, now grown, who tells her she has been in solitary for twelve years.]]. There are several interpretations for the ending, some saying that the final scene is only a dream, and that she is in fact freezing to death after escaping.

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* Arthur M. Jolly's ''A Gulag Mouse''. The play mostly takes place in a bunkhouse, where the lead character argues and fights with four other women, before leading them in a daring escape attempt. In the final scene, [[spoiler: she meets her son, now grown, who tells her she has been in solitary for twelve years.]]. There are several interpretations for the ending, some saying that the final scene is only a dream, and that she is in fact freezing to death after escaping.
25th Jan '15 8:36:15 AM LordGro
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* August Strindberg's ''Ghost Sonata'' is this combined with NightmareFuel. "She sucks all the gravy out of the food and replaces it with water."

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* August Strindberg's Creator/AugustStrindberg's ''Ghost Sonata'' is this combined with NightmareFuel. "She sucks all the gravy out of the food and replaces it with water."
6th Jan '15 8:00:29 AM bnk01
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* Arthur M. Jolly's ''A Gulag Mouse''. The play mostly takes place in a bunkhouse, where the lead character argues and fights with four other women, before leading them in a daring escape attempt. In the final scene, [[spoiler: she meets her son, now grown, who tells her she has been in solitary for twelve years.]]. There are several interpretations for the ending, some saying that the final scene is only a dream, and that she is in fact freezing to death after escaping.



* Anything by Sam Shepherd.

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* Anything by Sam Shepherd.
19th Nov '14 9:40:57 AM Logograph
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* Any play written by Creator/Samuel eckett, with ''{{Waiting for Godot}}'' probably being the most well-known example.

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* Any play written by Creator/Samuel eckett, Creator/SamuelBeckett, with ''{{Waiting for Godot}}'' probably being the most well-known example.
5th Nov '14 10:52:58 AM ParanoiaAgent
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** Strindberg's infamous ''A Dream Play'' anticipated surrealism and has a RandomEventsPlot with [[WorldOfHam expressionistic overacting]].
25th Jun '14 11:46:27 PM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Harold Pinter}}'s ''Old Times''. A wife and husband (Kate and Deely) invite a guest (Anna) over for dinner and talk for the remainder of the story. The ending implies that Anna doesn't actually exist.

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* {{Harold Creator/{{Harold Pinter}}'s ''Old Times''. A wife and husband (Kate and Deely) invite a guest (Anna) over for dinner and talk for the remainder of the story. The ending implies that Anna doesn't actually exist.
25th Jun '14 11:44:53 PM SeptimusHeap
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** For that matter, anything written by other [[{{Absurdism}} Absurdist]] playwrights - Eugene Ionesco, Arthur Adamov, HaroldPinter, Jean Genet.

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** For that matter, anything written by other [[{{Absurdism}} Absurdist]] playwrights - Eugene Ionesco, Arthur Adamov, HaroldPinter, Creator/HaroldPinter, Jean Genet.
10th May '14 3:25:08 PM Prfnoff
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* Any play written by Samuel Beckett, with ''{{Waiting for Godot}}'' probably being the most well-known example.

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* Any play written by Samuel Beckett, Creator/Samuel eckett, with ''{{Waiting for Godot}}'' probably being the most well-known example.
25th Jun '13 6:22:45 AM Prfnoff
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* TomStoppard:

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