Waiting for Guagua
    By Vika Evdokimenko

    22:30, Tue 6th – Sat 10th March 2007 at Pembroke New Cellars
    Lent Week 7

    On his travels, and eminent British writer stumbles across a set of memoirs, which he concedes might make a good play. Even this 'provincial' story could be saved from obscurity by an 'artistic' adaptation that he is quite willing to provide.

    In the white heat of the afternoon, the residents of the tiny village of Perdido await he arrival of the Guagua. As the play unravels, the paradoxes of the writer's heavy-handed interventions compete with the tragi-comic stories of the villagers. Intrigues of love, power and betrayal unfold, and somewhere in the play the original author of the memoirs is growing impatient...


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