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Currency Press, 2006 - Australian drama - 43 pages
"Unspoken" is a 50 minute one-woman show about family, disability, love and loss, written and performed by Rebecca Clarke. When Clarke was a teenager her only brother was born severely handicapped and this play explores that unique relationship. Beautifully crafted and rich in poetic imagery, this honest and deeply poignant piece of theatre takes the audience on a heart warming journey inside a young woman's soul, mind and heart. "Unspoken" is a refreshingly honest coming of age tale that combines poetic language and music and film to express a brave heart's tender voice.

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About the author (2006)

Rebecca Clarke studied Acting at QUT (Queensland Institute of Technology) and has also always been a keen writer, particularly fond of the poetic. Rebecca's TV appearances include Water Rats and Home & Away.

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