The Real World?

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For the reality television program, see The Real World.

The Real World? is a 1987 play written by Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay. Originally written in French, under the title Le Vrai Monde?, it was later translated into English. It is about a young playwright named Claude who writes his own mother and father into his first play. His parents, however, do not believe it to be an accurate representation of them, as we switch from his real parents to Claude's imagined reality as portrayed in his fictitious play.