Continental Divide: Mother's Against - Acting Edition download epub
by David Edgar
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Continental Divide book. His father and mother both acted at the Birmingham Rep before moving into broadcasting, and by the age of five Edgar had written his first play and performed it in a 12 seat theatre his father built for him in his back garden. Edgar’s main theme is how precisely the US got where it is today. Books by David Edgar.
Edgar's main theme is how precisely the US got where it is today. Its companion piece, Mothers Against, dealing with the Republican side, is a total triumph. in the big, bold Daughters of the Revolution, he uses a political thriller to show how the 1960's radical baby-boomers turned into today's conformists. The action takes place before a crucial televised debate. Together, the two plays are a tremendous achievement.
Find nearly any book by DAVID EDGAR (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Destiny (Methuen's new theatrescripts ; no. 3). ISBN 9780413374608 (978-0-413-37460-8) Softcover, Eyre Methuen, 1976. -Michael Billington, Guardian.
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Published by Nick Hern Books. in the big, bold Daughters of the Revolution, he uses a political thriller to show how the 1960’s radical baby-boomers turned into today’s conformists. Michael Billington, Guardian.
Article on two-play epic Continental Divide features interview with British playwright . Continue reading the main story
Article on two-play epic Continental Divide features interview with British playwright David Edgar, with focus on his reasons for writing about American politics; work will open at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, which co-commissioned work with Berkeley Repertory Theater; photo (M. Continue reading the main story. THE English playwright David Edgar has made several extended visits to the United States over 30 years but never really lived here. 'Mothers Against,'' the smaller and more domestic of the duo, takes the Republican view, while the larger ''Daughters of the Revolution'' - a play with a cast of 17 as compared with 8 - does the same for the Democrats.
The first time I met david edgar was in 1980
The first time I met david edgar was in 1980. I WAS A YOUNG actress; he was a young playwright from Birmingham, England; and the Eureka Theatre Company, where I worked in San Francisco, was about to present the . premiere of his play Mary Barnes. I remember sitting cross-legged on the floor of my castmate Jean Afterman's basement apartment in Pacific Heights, listening to David talk about the genesis of the play. We're here for the first h of David's new theatre piece, Continental Divide, a two-play cycle about a fictitious gubernatorial election in an unnamed Western state.