Ugly Man

By Brad Fraser

Ugly Man
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A hideously disfigured stranger, hired as a field hand on an isolated ranch filled with beautiful people who have disturbing scars of their own, brings their morbid depravity to the surface. An unforgettable play about the true evil that exists inside all people.


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A hideously disfigured stranger, hired as a field hand on an isolated ranch filled with beautiful people who have disturbing scars of their own, brings their morbid depravity to the surface. An unforgettable play about the true evil that exists inside all people.

Brad Fraser

Brad Fraser won his first playwriting competition at the age of seventeen and has since written numerous plays, including Cold Meat Party, Love and Human Remains, True Love Lies, and Poor Super Man, among others. Brad is a five-time winner of the Alberta Culture Playwriting Competition, the London Evening Standard Award for Promising Playwright, London's Time Out Award for Best New Play, and the L.A. Critics Award. In addition to his work as a playwright and director, Brad writes for print media, radio, film, and television.

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