|Little Years, the (1995) [Play]|
by John Mighton
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(From the publisher):
From the playwright who brought cybersex, virtual reality, dog suicide and necrophelia to the stage, comes a new play about the passing of time, our own immortality, and the way in which our lives are extended in the bodies and minds of others. A recipient of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama, a philosopher and a mathematician, John Mighton leads us on another intriguing journey which explores the passionate connection between science, philosophy, and human nature and emotions.
First produced as part of the Why Theatre Conference, at Theatre Passe Muraille, Toronto, in 1995.
Original title: The Little Years
Genre: Drama and Plays→ Contemporary