Bonnie & Clyde by Adam Peck
(Oberon Modern Plays)

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‘We have chosen to live lives less ordinary’

Crossing the state border in a stolen Ford V-8 with a trunk full of sawnoff shotguns and bootleg whiskey, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow have found one last place to hide. Time is ticking – they’re on the run
from the law and from reality, but which one will catch them first?
Based on the true story, and set in 1934 in an unnamed southern state of America, Bonnie & Clyde is an intimate re-telling of the final hours of one of the world’s most infamous criminal couples.

About Adam Peck

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Adam Peck was born in Leeds in 1979, and now lives in Bristol. He is a playwright and actor, and a co-founder of Fairground. His previous work includes Gilgamesh, Joan of Arc and Chocolate Money for the Bristol Old Vic, Out of Touch – A Trilogy and The Red Man for Fairground, and My Bristol Vista for Paines Plough. Since 2006 he has worked extensively with the Bristol Old Vic Young Company as a dramaturge, writer and playwriting tutor.
Published July 23, 2014 by Oberon Books. 96 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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