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It is better to remain quiet and to forget. That's the only thing we must do. We must forget...for-get: That's the word. And for that to happen, both sides must forget and continue with their work (General Pinochet). Fermin Cabal has become one of Spain's leading contemporary playwrights. Robert Shaw's translation of this humane and powerful story pieces together the life of Colorina, a young woman who vanishes one night in Santiago. The bells of St Stephen's. I've been listening to them ever since I was a little girl... I listened to them, but I couldn't hear them. You can listen and listen and listen and never hear a thing.Performers Emer Gillespie, Lou Gish, Diana Hardcastle, Gemma Jones, Shereen Martineau.
Author Fermin Cabal. Producer The Gate Theatre. Translation Robert Shaw. Director Thea Sharrock. Design Dick Bird. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Sound Adrienne Quartly.
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