Itchy Voids

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A late night coffee cart in a major city hospital provides a diverse look at the people of the nights,from the happiness of a new born baby to the tragic losses we all suffer. Surrounded by characters only the darkness can produce, seeing is not always believing.Can one man keep control and still enjoy the show? More

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Published: Dec. 30, 2010
Words: 10,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458033352
About robert renshaw

Tall Fit Aussie Playwright , enjoys the good life and a good laugh. Discovered writing at an early age and enjoy the world it creates within me.Surrounded by lifes adventures,I have chosen a path that provides the most diverse and not always pleasant endings.0ver the last three years my plays have been staged in selected theatres and in world short play festivals ,to large audiences, the response has been positive please contact me anytime to discuss them.
Pleaseee before you give a low star rating, try to understand the actual story first.I have had one star ratings given from people who had no idea what they were reading, as it pertained to a different countries culture to theirs.

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Review by: kathie curd on Dec. 27, 2011 : star star star star star
i enjoyed very much
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Review by: loopylou on Feb. 23, 2011 : star star star star star
I thoroughly enjoyed this play , it had so much fun to it, just with a one man show it seemed, but in reality several characters.Had me laughing all the way through it, well done again, may i have a coffee please?
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Review by: jacinta hughes on Jan. 20, 2011 : star star star star star
I had goosebumps at the end, really liked it.
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Review by: Roenel Evans on Jan. 12, 2011 : star star star star star
Its a good play , this is what goes on in a normal day in a hospital...when you in the situation it does not look funny but to watch it , it bring the funny side out of something that is supose to be so serious....it just show you how people think they the only ones there who need to be attended to first...enjoyed the sense of humouor instead of getting upset...the hot dog man controlled the whole situation...would like to forward this to so friends who like too act out plays for charity ...well done
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