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Theatre: Dream Of Autumn, by Jon Fosse from a translation by Kim Dambaek, Project Arts Centre (Cube), Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

2nd December, 2006

Theatre: Dream Of Autumn, by Jon Fosse from a translation by Kim Dambaek, Project Arts Centre (Cube), Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

‘‘All lovely names are sad,” says one of the nameless characters in Jon Fosse’s play Dream of Autumn.

The characters – Man, Woman, Mother, Father – suffer a fate more tragic than those whose mellifluous monikers might seem to herald their fate.

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