Preview: Crossing Lines at Face to Face festival

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Debs Klayman promo imageScottish playwright Deborah Klayman (who may be familiar to you as she is one of our regular She Writers, as part of Whoop’n’Wail,) performs three short plays she’s written as part of the Lost Theatre Face to Face festival.

Crossing Lines is a suite of monologue plays that take us inside the mind of stalkers and their victims. Two of these plays, Smash & Grab and Lock Up Your Sons will be performed as part of the Lost Theatre’s July Showcase, along with another short play, Civil.

Smash & Grab: Mike is madly in love with Claire, the beautiful barmaid at his local pub. He hopes their friendship can turn into something more – is it time to let her know?

Lock Up Your Sons: When Mel meets Tim on a night out she thinks she has finally found the man of her dreams. How far…

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About Deborah Klayman

Deborah trained at Drama Studio London and is co-founder of Whoop 'n' Wail Theatre Company. She is an actress, musician and voice artist represented by Nelson Browne Management Ltd. As an actor, Deborah has performed in the UK and overseas in a variety of theatre and film roles. She is also a talented cellist, singer and voice artist. Deborah was one of the Traverse Fifty playwrights, and won the Cambridge University Press "Channel The Bard" competition for My Bloody Laundrette, which she co-authored with Whoop 'n' Wail co-founder Ali Kemp. Ali & Deborah are Associate Performers at the Old Diorama Arts Centre in London. Their new full-length play, But For Us, is currently in development. View all posts by Deborah Klayman

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