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Nathan Cross



Nationality:    British
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Nathan Cross's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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        When We Two Parted

When We Two Parted

Black-Out is a new show consisting of three short plays: Ink by Martin Malcom, The Voice That Bleeds In by Dan Horrigan and When We Two Parted by Nathan Cross. Ink is a play that shows how the idea of love and their hidden feelings confuses the minds and lives of teenagers. The Voice That Bleeds In shows us all the hidden feelings and potential resentment that married couples keep inside in order to maintain stability. With When We Two Parted we will discover the secret emotions found in the "mafia" business. Black-Out is a mosaic of several interrelated characters in search of happiness, forgiveness, and peace; their stories taking place on the same night in London. These will be woven into the events of the three different plays to create a single show.

Part of "Black-Out"

1st Produced:
London    06 Jun 2013

Fox Trotter Theatre Company

1st Published:
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