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Sartre's play?
03/15/06 at 12:04:01
 
Sartre's 'The Wall' was performed in the 'Theatre Upstairs' above a pub near Leicester Square, London in 1982-3 and another play was performed along with it.  
 
The second play opens with a man in Argentina in 1975 listening to the radio and hearing the news of the death of Spain's General Franco.  The man had been one of Franco's political prisoners and he rejoices at the death of the dictator, but is upset that Franco was never brought to justice for his crimes.
 
My question is-was this second play also a Sartre play and if so, what was it called and is it widely available?  
 
Many sincere thanks for any help on this.
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