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The play concerns the confession of an aging prisoner to a bishop. Through the confession, and the staged scenes acted out by the male prisoners in the prison chapel, we learn that the bishop and the prisoner were part of a gay love triangle, and that the bishop was responsible for the death of a young man many years ago. The play's English translation by Linda Gaboriau was published in 1991, and was made into a film called Lilies, which was directed by John Greyson.
Lilies was published in 1990 by Playwrights Canada Press.
- "Pacific Opera Victoria presents Les Feluettes (The Lilies) - Daily Xtra". Retrieved 17 April 2017.
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