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The Tragic History of My Nose

Moscow, 1852. Nikolai Gogol nurses his-long suffering nose as he works on a sequel to his satirical novel, Dead Souls. Comedy by Alastair Jessiman.

Moscow, 1852. Nikolai Gogol nurses his-long suffering nose as he works on a sequel to his satirical novel, Dead Souls. He meets two men who will help determine his fate and the fate of his new manuscript. The first, Josef, is an actor and con man to whom Gogol becomes attached. The second, Father Mathew, demands that Gogol reject literature - and the young man. Comedy by Alastair Jessiman.

Other parts played by cast.
Producer/director: Bruce Young.

45 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Gogol Robert Jack
Josef Daniel Boyd
Father Mathew Crawford Logan
Countess Joanna Tope
Count John Buick
Shchepkin John Buick
Landlady Isabelle Joss
Director Bruce Young
Producer Bruce Young
Actor Alastair Jessiman

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