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4 de mayo

Hang

Tucker Green, Debbie
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Over 60 minutes of staccato poetry, Debbie Tucker Green covers more than most other writers could manage in double that. --Evening StandardAs clean as a just wiped kife... A spare thing as much about omission as it is about what is spoken. Every silence carries weight; what goes unsaid is as potent as what is voiced... It becomes inc...
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Over 60 minutes of staccato poetry, Debbie Tucker Green covers more than most other writers could manage in double that. --Evening Standard

As clean as a just wiped kife... A spare thing as much about omission as it is about what is spoken. Every silence carries weight; what goes unsaid is as potent as what is voiced... It becomes incredibly tensile, the kind of play where you find yourself, at the final blackout, holding your breath. --The Stage

Beautifully crafted monologues that are accusatory, descriptive and wrenched from the gut. Her descriptions of the effects of an unspeakable, but completely obscure, crime are riveting... As well as true, hard feeling, the text here has a brutal, burnished poetry, its repetitions and reiterations glowing with the heat of an acutely imagined experience... One of the most talented playwrights to emerge in the 2000s...[Her work] is always provocative, original and written in an unmistakable voice. --Arts Desk

An extraordinary achievement... a stunning piece of theatre... a fascinating, gripping piece that examines revenge, suffering and human frailties... A dream - or a nightmare - of what could come to pass. --Huffington Post

Stark, probing... aptly efficient, but poised and poetic, with such pitch-black humour that laughs pop like gasps in reverse... This is a play that simmers all the way to the boil... A short, sharp satire about privatisation. A look at the knife-edge between justice and vengeance. A lament for lost humanity, buried under bureaucracy, protocol and health and safety regulations. It is a play that sticks in your throat --whatsonstage.com

A crime has been committed. The victim has a choice to make. The criminal is waiting. A shattering new play about an unspeakable decision. hang premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in June 2015.