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Some Explicit Polaroids, produced by Out of Joint, was first performed at the Theatre Royal in September of 1999, under the direction of Max Stafford-Clark.
Note from Mark Ravenhill: I'm happy for any of the parts to be played by
whoever, whatever gender. The gendered casting is only a suggestion and the
parts are open to anyone wherever they are on the gender spectrum.
"A powerful and universal, if profoundly sad, cry for love, friendship, companionship and fair play..." - Variety
"A funny, brilliantly subtle treatise on the subject of value and belief at the end of the 20th century." - The Guardian
Mark Ravenhill was born in Haywards Heath, West Sussex in 1966. He studied Drama and English at Bristol University. His first play Shopping and Fucking was produced by Out of Joint and the Royal Court Theatre in 1996. Subsequent plays include Faust Is Dead and Handbag (both Actors Touring Company), Some Explicit Pola ...
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