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  1. The play was brilliant, the set wonderful and the actors memorable. This edition was published by Birmingham Repertory Theatre and may represent an early version of the play. We saw Silence at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick in 2010, we had the good fortune to be talking to one of the actors and between us we discovered at least one substantial change of script.Authors revise their work all the time. It is rare however, to find one version published and another performed. This was that exception. [...]

  2. Ymma reminds me so much of Celaena Sardothien???? Also, I absolutely loved this play. Seriously. I've been reading more plays lately, and this one is def my fave so far! I love the story progression, I really like the tempo and I love love loveeee Ymma! One of my audition monologues will be from this play. I just put it together, it will be amazing I am so excited :DI also wanna see this play so badly now

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