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Published in volume Mexican Plays
First Staged:
Royal Court Theatre, London, 2006 (rehearsed reading)


By Iván Olivares Translated by William Gregory
Published in volume Mexican Plays

Cabron (the Bastard) isn't having a good day. His scams aren't going well. Thank god for the Seven-Eleven and its constant supply of hot-dogs.

Iván Olivares's play Seven-Eleven was first performed in this English translation by William Gregory at the Royal Court Theatre, London, as part of the Arena Mexico season in January 2006.

Published in volume Mexican Plays

Also by William Gregory:

Little Certainties
The Concert / El Concierto

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