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Don Juan In Soho

Author : Patrick Marber
ISBN : 0571339433
Genre : Libertinism
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Inspired by Moli�re's farcical, tragic, anarchic Don Juan (1665), Patrick Marber's Don Juan in Soho transports the action to contemporary London and follows the debauched protagonist's final adventures. Don Juan in Soho premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, London, in December 2006. This edition of the text incorporates revisions made for the play's revival at Wyndham's Theatre, London, in 2017, directed by the author.
Category: Libertinism

Blood On The Stage 1600 To 1800

Author : Amnon Kabatchnik
ISBN : 9781538106167
Genre : Performing Arts
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This volume examines the key representations of transgression drama produced between 1600 and 1800. Arranged in chronological order, the entries consist of plot summary (often including significant dialogue), performance data (if available), opinions by critics and scholars, and other features.
Category: Performing Arts

Don Juan In Lourdes

Author : Robert DeMaria
ISBN : UCAL:B4422260
Genre : Fiction
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""Don Juan in Lourdes..".an admirable idea--the failed writer and unfailing sensualist, losing his sight, dragged to Lourdes for a miracle, roughing up all Europe on the way....What Hemingway did for the twenties in "The Sun Also Rises, " DeMaria does here for the sixties."--Anthony Burgess.
Category: Fiction

Trelawny Of The Wells

Author : Arthur Wing Pinero
ISBN : 9780571303465
Genre : Drama
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London, the 1860s. Rose Trelawny is the brightest young star at the Sadler's Wells Theatre. But she's prepared to give it all up for the love of her noble stage door suitor, Arthur Gower. Meanwhile, her colleague at the 'Wells', Tom Wrench, is writing a new kind of play for Rose to star in. And her friend, Imogen Parrott, hopes to take a theatre in which to produce it. Rose will be forced to choose between her two great loves. Set amongst theatrical folk and the non-theatricals they seek to please and provoke, Trelawny of the 'Wells', by Arthur Wing Pinero, premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in January 1898. This version, with revisions and additions by Patrick Marber, premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, London, in February 2013.
Category: Drama

The Red Lion

Author : Patrick Marber
ISBN : 9780571324002
Genre : Drama
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Passion. Loyalty. Salvation. Small time semi-pro football, the non-league. A world away from the wealth and the television cameras. A young player touched with brilliance arrives from nowhere. An ambitious manager determines to make him his own. And the old soul of the club still has dreams of glory. A haunting and humorous new play about the dying romance of the great English game - and the tender, savage love that powers it.
Category: Drama

The Soho Press Book Of 80s Short Fiction

Author : Dale Peck
ISBN : 9781616955472
Genre : Fiction
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In The Soho Press Book of '80s Short Fiction, editor Dale Peck offers readers a fresh take on a seminal period in American history, when Ronald Reagan was president, the Cold War was rushing to its conclusion, and literature was searching for ways to move beyond the postmodern unease of the 1970s. Morally charged by newly politicized notions of identity but fraught with anxiety about a body whose fragility had been freshly emphasized by the AIDS epidemic, the 34 works gathered here are individually vivid, but taken as a body of work, they challenge the prevailing notion of the ’80s as a time of aesthetic as well as financial maximalism. Formally inventive yet tightly controlled, they offer a more expansive, inclusive view of the era’s literary accomplishments. The anthology blends early stories from writers like Denis Johnson, Jamaica Kincaid, Mary Gaitskill, and Raymond Carver, which have gone on to become part of the American canon, with remarkable and often transgressive work from some of the most celebrated writers of the underground, including Dennis Cooper, Eileen Myles, Lynne Tillman, and Gary Indiana. Peck has also included powerful work by writers such as Gil Cuadros, Essex Hemphill, and Sam D’Allesandro, whose untimely deaths from AIDS ended their careers almost before they had begun. Almost a third of the stories are out of print and unavailable elsewhere. The Soho Press Book of ’80s Short Fiction is a daring reappraisal of a decade that is increasingly central to our culture. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Fiction

Hedda Gabler

Author : Henrik Ibsen
ISBN : 9780571336760
Genre : Drama
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Just married. Bored already. Hedda longs to be free. This vital new version by Patrick Marber (Closer, Three Days in the Country) opened at The National Theatre, London, in December 2016.
Category: Drama