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Piotr Khotsianovsky


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Hello 100 Dollar Bucks!

Hello 100 Dollar Bucks!

The play focuses on the care of the elderly and infirm. Its heroine is Caterina, a cheerful, lovely Georgian woman in her forties who has come to America for a year to make money  $100 a day  working as a carer for an elderly millionairess called Mary, who suffers from paralysis and dementia; Caterina is counting the days until she can return home to her family. In America, though, Caterina has encountered another Georgian, a violinist called Ben, who loves her, and comes round to play the Guarneri violin that Mary owns as an investment. The plot finally takes a fantastical turn  and loses some of its force  when Mary bangs her head, makes a miraculous recovery, and begins to speak Georgian. - Joyce McMillan, Scotsman

written Inga Garuchava and Piotr Khotsianovsky

1st Produced:
Georgia    2012


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