|Title: ||A bit of respect|
|Other Contributors: ||Operating Theatre|
|Citation: ||A bit of respect by Carol Clewlow (2005) [Operating Theatre]|
|Issue Date: ||2005 |
|Additional Links: ||http://operatingtheatre.org.uk/plays_bit_of_respect.html|
|Abstract: ||A play for 3 actors.|
A stimulating performance with a generous helping of comedy set around the Newcastle Family study for first year medical students. Two nervous medical students set off on their first visit to their 'pregnant mum'. The students in question have their prejudices towards each other and the pregnant teenage girl challenged and the real students in the audience are given a vivid, if somewhat teasing, anticipation of what is to come in their own project. The play challenges assumptions about teenage pregnancy and considers the gains for teenage girls from being pregnant as well as the difficulties.
|Description: ||Commissioned by Newcastle Medical School|
|Keywords: ||teenage pregnancy|
|Exhibition: ||First performed 4th October 2005, Newcastle Medical School.|
Subsequent performances 17th October 2011, 18th October 2010, 12th October 2009, 1st October 2008 and 26th June 2007.
|Appears in Collections: ||Performing Arts|
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