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Playwrights Association of New Zealand competition results

Playwrights Association of New Zealand competition results


The winners of the Playwrights Association of New Zealand One-Act Play Competition 2012 are:
• 1st place: Richard Harris Picasso Stayed Here
A light hearted play set in England’s peak district about visitors to a B&B who stumble upon a hitherto unknown Picasso work of art.
• 2nd place: Rex McGregor Lady Godiva Doesn't Ride Again
A post-feminist comedy. The story of Lady Godiva’s ride has made her famous and popular. But her husband feels humiliated. Now he decides to settle the score.
• 3rd place: Narina Groome A Word in Edgeways
A black comedy set in a New Zealand nursing home, involving the question of divine retribution for one of life's miscreants.

Very highly commended: Colin Beardon Interference
Highly commended: Denis Edwards There’s No Business
Commended: June Allen Amethyst


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