A black pole
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A black pole (1991) is a tragicomedy with East-European ingredients, set in an upmarket part of the old centre of Amsterdam. The joys and especially the sorrows of two friendly couples are ruthlessly revealed in the course of an evening and a night. As they go over their joint past, their friendship is revealed as a web of lies and deceit. The illegal Polish working student Zygmynt functions as a silent witness and catalyst of this human drama. A black pole was voted play of the year 1991-1992 by the Dutch press.
Karst Woudstra was born in 1947 in Leiden. He is known as a versatile theatre maker: director, author, teacher, translator and dramatist. Woudstra made his debut as an author in 1981 with Hofscènes (Secenes from a court) and developed into one of the most productive and important modern Dutch playwrights. He received the prestigious Albert Van Dalsum award for his play A black pole.
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