The Power of Yes

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The Power of Yes
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Written by David Hare
Date premiered6 October 2009 – 18 April 2010
Place premiered Lyttelton Theatre, London,
United Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
Subject Financial crisis of 2007

The Power of Yes is a 2009 play by English playwright David Hare. It is the story of a dramatist seeking to understand the financial crisis of 2007–2008.

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