Pownall: Plays One

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Bloomsbury Academic, 2000 - 263 Seiten

Includes the plays An Audience Called Edouard, Livingstone and Sechele, Motocar and Richard III Part Two

David Pownall is one of Britain’s leading playwrights. This collection brings together four of his most popular stage plays. In An Audience Called Edouard Karl Marx is brought to life from Manet’s famous painting Déjeuner sur l’Herbe whilst at the same time being hunted by the police. Livingstone and Sechele tells the story of Dr Livingstone, a missionary, who only made one convert: a young African chief living in the Kalahari Desert. Motocar is an intriguing story set in the linen room of a mental hospital for blacks, two weeks before Independence, while Richard III Part Two ingeniously examines the uses and abuses of history.

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David Pownall was born in Liverpool and he is a graduate of Keele University. He was dramatist in residence with the Century and Duke's Playhouse, Lancaster and co-founder of Paines Plough Theatre Company with John Adams. His internationally-performed plays include Music to Murder By, An Audience Called Edouard, Beef, Livingstone an Sechele and Master Class. Her most recent new play was Getting the Picture at The Lyric, Belfast. Theatre awards include the John Whiting Prize for Beef, the New York Theatre Yearbook, the LS Directors' Award for Livingstone and Sechele, and many others. David Pownall won the Writers' Guild Award for Radio Drama Tennyson and Edison in 2013. He has published ten novels and a collection of short stories.

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