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Trigger

Author: Daniel MacIvor
Publisher: Winnipeg : Scirocco Drama, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : English
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Vic and Kat were the stars of the iconic 90s punk band, Trigger. A decade after both the band and their friendship imploded on stage, they meet again to make an appearance at a fundraiser--provided, of course, that they can stand being near each other again. In a single night, they crash through their past, their respective addictions, and their remaining aspirations. Trigger is a fiercely personal and philosophical  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel MacIvor
ISBN: 9781897289808 1897289804
OCLC Number: 805880103
Notes: A screenplay.
Description: 90 p. : port. ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: Daniel MacIvor.

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Vic and Kat were the stars of the iconic 90s punk band, Trigger. A decade after both the band and their friendship imploded on stage, they meet again to make an appearance at a fundraiser--provided, of course, that they can stand being near each other again. In a single night, they crash through their past, their respective addictions, and their remaining aspirations. Trigger is a fiercely personal and philosophical clash between two women, a battle between ideologies and lifestyles--and between memories and the present.

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