La Logique, Bus Stop, Lqugh ghad-Dawl 1981

La Logique, Bus Stop, Lqugh ghad-Dawl 1981 posterPremiered at the Lyceum Theatre on 27th March 1981
Bus Stop
Directed by Alfred Buttigieg
Joe Camilleri
Debbie: Doreen Agius Cutajar
Lqugh Ghad-Dawl
Directed by Michael Fenech
Nadya Parnis
Tifla: Marvic Cordina
La Logique
Directed by Michael Fenech
Patrick Vella

deals with two ex-lovers who meet on a bus-stop for the first time, several years after their little affair ended on the rocks.
LQUGĦ GĦAD-DAWL is a choreographed dialogue between a girl in pre-natal state and a woman beyond the stage of death. It is a poem that explores the conflict and pain of Life and Death.
LA LOGIQUE is a satirical monologue delivered by a professor of logic who turns out to be a politician suffering from a severe form of megalomania. He is not only avid for power and contemptuous of the weak people he controls, but he also yearns for immortality which he must achieve at all cost.

Patrick Vella in La Logique 1980 Lqugh ghad-dawl La logique Bus stop1 La Logique 1 001 La Logique 2 001 bus stop

Review: A trilogy of time

Review: Riviżta fuq tliet drammi

Review: The megalomaniac

Review: L-Iswed kontra l-Abjad

Review: Three little plays

Full trascript in Maltese: Bus Stop

Full transcript in Maltese: La Logique

Full transcript in Maltese: Lqugh ghad-Dawl

Programme: La Logique, Bus Stop, Lqugh ghad-dawl 1981