Miss Yesterday

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Miss Yesterday
Miss Yesterday.jpg
Written by Alan Ayckbourn
Characters Tammy
Tamara
Ian
Roz
Andrew
Josie
Date premiered 2 December 2004
Place premiered Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
Original language English
Subject Time travel / changing history
Genre Family drama
Setting Tammy's house and various other locations
Official site
Ayckbourn chronology
Private Fears in Public Places
(2004)
Improbable Fiction
(2005)

Miss Yesterday is a 2004 play by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn. It was, like My Sister Sadie shown the previous year, billed as a "family" play in the Stephen Joseph Theatre's Christmas production. It is about a teenage girl who is sent back in time one day to prevent the death of her older brother in a motorcycle accident.[1]

Though still unpublished, the play was performed by amateurs in the studio of the York Theatre Royal in March 2012.[2][3]

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