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This article is about the play. For the novel of similar title by Robert Graves, see I, Claudius. For the first book in the series of mystery novels by Marilyn Todd, see Claudia Seferius.
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|Directed by||Chris Abraham|
|Produced by||Brent Barclay
|Written by||Kristen Thomson|
|Music by||Christopher Dedrick|
|Edited by||David Wharnsby|
|Distributed by||Mongrel Media|
|Running time||75 minutes|
The play and film, written by Thomson, is a coming-of-age drama depicting the difficult transition into adolescence of Claudia, a 12-year-old girl struggling with her parents' divorce. Thomson plays all of the roles, using masks to change character.
- I, Claudius, a novel by Robert Graves, dealing with the life of the Roman Emperor Claudius which partially inspired Thomson's themes and title.
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