Frank recognizes the voice of the GPO speaking clock as that of his long-lost wife. Determined to get her back, he forces his way into the inner sanctum of the Authorities to demand her release. Underlying the light-hearted story is a satiric comment on man's servitude to the clock....
|Title||:||If You're Glad I'll Be Frank|
|Number of Pages||:||34 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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If You're Glad I'll Be Frank Reviews
Wonderful play! Pure genius!
If there's anything by Stoppard I don't love, it's only because I haven't read it yet. I love the way he plays with words, as in the title. A good one act for a couple.Library copy
well that was a rollercoaster
Like a very brainy 70's sitcom, with bus conductors, plummy voiced bosses and the speaking clock to the fore. The whole thing is a jab at the tyranny of the clock but there is a philosophical cry for help hidden in there as well, if not a running commentary on the role of women and the worker.