Working Legs: A Play for People Without Them Alasdair Gray

ISBN: 9781872536170

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132 pages


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Working Legs: A Play for People Without Them  by  Alasdair Gray

Working Legs: A Play for People Without Them by Alasdair Gray
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A nearly fatal road accident condemns Able McMann to walk about in a world where the overwhelming majority are comfortable in wheelchairs: he is therefore registered as hypermanic by the Social Welfare Services at a time when government spending onMoreA nearly fatal road accident condemns Able McMann to walk about in a world where the overwhelming majority are comfortable in wheelchairs: he is therefore registered as hypermanic by the Social Welfare Services at a time when government spending on these is being reduced. This play shows the sorrow, love and struggle through which Able at least triumphs over his pitiable condition.This tragi-comedy was written for Birds of Paradise, a Glasgow-based company that stages plays with physically disabled actors.

It is published with financial help from both the Glasgow City and Scottish Arts Councils.



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