The theatre of David Greig /
|Summary:||This Critical Companion provides an analytical survey of his work, from his early plays such as Europe and The Architect through to more recent works Damascus, Dunsinane and Ramallah; it also considers the plays produced with Suspect Culture and his work for young audiences. As such it is the first book to provide a critical account of the full variety of his work and will appeal to students and fans of contemporary British theatre. Clare Wallace provides a detailed analysis of a broad selection of plays and their productions, reviews current discourses about his work and offers a framework for enquiry. The Companion features an interview with David Greig and a further three essays by leading academics offering a variety of critical perspectives. -- Publisher website. |
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|Series:||Critical companions (Methuen Drama)
|Notes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 240-249) and index. |
Physical description: ix, 259 pages ; 22 cm.