These four exciting plays — The House that Jack Built, It’s Only Hot for Two Months in Kapuskasing, Poppycock, and Prim and Duck, Mama and Frank — are experimental in form and daring in content. Margaret Hollingsworth takes us one step further in her exploration of women’s sexuality. A clear-sighted look at the consequences of sexual and political repression in the 80s.
About the Author
Margaret Hollingsworth has been teaching and writing in Canada since 1968, the year she emigrated from England. Her plays have received stage productions in England and Canada and several have been seen on television and aired on radio in Canada, England, West Germany, Australia, and New Zealand. Hollingsworth’s full-length plays include Mother Country, Ever Loving, War Babies and Blowing Up Toads. Several of her short plays are collected in the volume Endangered Species.