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Theatre review: Scarborough

Dear Dad Teacher-pupil sexual affairs may be one of the most frowned-upon social improprieties, but they offer rich fodder for dramatists to explore. While there is often little room for controversy here — people are uniformly vociferous in their disgust at the teachers’ exploits from a position of power — and the law is patently on…

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Theatre review: Pizza Man

Dear Dad This is the play that has won Darlene Craviotto as much criticism as it has praise since the work was published in 1986. While her allusion that it is impossible for men to be raped by women has been challenged, the piercing wit and sharp humour of her writing is fiercely admired. And now, nearly three decades later, and half a world away from Craviotto’s…