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Mother Teresa is Dead By Helen Edmundson

Mother Teresa is Dead by Helen Edmundson

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This play is the first new work after a break of six years from Helen Edmundson, the writer of "The Clearing", "Anna Karenina" and "The Mill on the Floss".

Mother Teresa is Dead Summary

Mother Teresa is Dead by Helen Edmundson

SMark arrives in a village near Madras to try and find his wife. He does not understand what has driven her to abandon her young son. Jane cannot explain why she needed to escape or how she ended up looking after children in India or what is in the bag she's been holding on to. It is hot, dusty and poor, and a long way from their comfortable life in London.

Mother Teresa is Dead Reviews

"Anna Karenina: 'Exemplary adaptation... succeeds beyond expectation' The Times The Clearing: 'A finely written play, full of sharp observation' Indie on Sunday 'Edmundson's writing is passionate, poetic, muscular... She is doing for 17th-century Anglo-Irish history what Arthur Miller did for 17th-century New England in The Crucible' Sunday Times The Mill on the Floss: 'More compelling and fully human than the original' The Times War and Peach: 'Sensational... Adapted with exemplary intelligence and flair' Daily Telegraph

About Helen Edmundson

Helen Edmundson's breakthrough play, in 1992, was her award-winning adaptation of Anna Karenina for Shared Experience, for whom she also adapted The Mill on the Floss. Both productions were twice revived and extensively toured. Her adaptation of War and Peace was staged at the National Theatre in 1996. Her 1993 play, The Clearing, was revived by Shared Experience on tour in Spring 2002.

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Mother Teresa is Dead by Helen Edmundson
Used - Very Good
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