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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 8.55 am, Friday 7th February, 2014
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"But what determines the importance of farce is the cause of the reduction of a human being to absurdity; it can be a loss of trousers, it can be the accepted philosophy of contemporary society. If the producer requires literary authority for the form, let him recall that Moliere and Jonson raised farce to the level of great art."
David Turner in his introduction to his 1962 play Semi-Detached
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