Owen McCafferty: Plays 2

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Absence of Women'A fine example of theatre at its small-scale best.' Evening StandardTitanic'Owen McCafferty's rigorous verbatim play provides an antidote to Titanic fatigue... Two months of hearings from 97 witnesses are whittled down to nine... Wh…

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    Om Owen McCafferty: Plays 2

    Absence of Women'A fine example of theatre at its small-scale best.' Evening StandardTitanic'Owen McCafferty's rigorous verbatim play provides an antidote to Titanic fatigue... Two months of hearings from 97 witnesses are whittled down to nine... What remains, even after a century, is a disturbing sense of moral ambiguity: 1, 517 dead and no one to blame.' GuardianQuietly'Vibrates with a violent tension so taut that if you were a bystander... you'd hardly dare to breathe.' New York Times'Remarkable. inspired. The piece packs sweeping questions about forgiveness and accountability into a tightly plotted encounter.' Daily Telegraph'The most powerful theatrical production I have had the privilege of seeing... McCafferty's script is perfectly taut... This play is extraordinary and completely unmissable.' Metro HeraldUnfaithful'McCafferty excels with tight plotting and pithy, painful dialogue. ' The Times'McCafferty writes with empathy and a wry humour that makes for an absorbing - if painful - hour.' Financial Times'Owen McCafferty is a sly observer of the human heart.' GuardianDeath of a Comedian'Despite the humour, McCafferty's play is a tragedy. his most accomplished work to date.' Belfast Telegraph

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    Format
    E-Bok
    Kopisperre
    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2016
    Forlag
    Faber & Faber
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780571335169
    Sider
    400

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