Dad's in a coma. Two brothers reunite. Can Rich and Sam be civil long enough to survive the drive to the hospital? Travelling the frozen streets of their youth, they skid into quick-fisted ex-wives, long forgotten lovers, and a lifetime of animosity. But what does GBS really mean? Set against a bleak and bizarre bit of suburbia, Jason Hall's "GBS" is a touching and darkly hilarious chronicle of two brothers' attempt at reconciliation in the face of family tragedy. The production is at Theatre 503, London in November 2006.
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Author Biography - Jason Hall
Jason Hall was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to the UK in 2001. Eyes Catch Fire, his first play, won Canada's Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competiton and received its world premiere in 2004 at London's Finborough Theatre (Time Out Critics' Choice). GBS is his second full-length play.