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Lear Ananci: A play by National & Cacique Award Winning Playwright

November 5, 2010

DAVLIN THOMAS’ VERSION OF SHAKESPEARE’S ‘ KING LEAR’ WAS PRODUCED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES IN THE YEAR 2000. THIS ORIGINAL WORK RECEIVED THE CACIQUE AWARD ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL DRAMA ASSOCIATION OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO IN THE CATEGORY OF ‘MOST ORIGINAL SCRIPT’.

The author has just contacted Cardiff Shakespeare with the following comment:

Caribbean Magical realism window to Shakespeare’s King Lear; I invite you to acquire a copy, read and comment.  The play ‘Lear Ananci’ can be found at the following link;

http://www.amazon.com/Lear-Ananci-National-Cacique-Playwright/dp/1453842705/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1288956820&sr=8-1

Many thanks
Davlin Thomas

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