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Penhall Plays By Joe Penhall

Penhall Plays by Joe Penhall

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Summary

This is a collection of Joe Penhall's plays, beginning with "Some Voices" and "Pale Horse", which both premiered at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs in 1994 and 1995 respectively.

Penhall Plays Summary

Penhall Plays: v.1: "Some Voices"; "Pale Horse"; "Love and Understanding"; "The Bullet" by Joe Penhall

"Joe Penhall belongs to the new wave of dramatists that has flooded British theatre with exciting work in recent years ...I have a hunch that his might prove the more enduring talent" (Daily Telegraph) Some Voices: 'The most thrilling playwriting debut in years...The writing is razor-sharp, sensitive, quietly eloquent, full of the touchingly drab poetry of lost lives' (Sunday Times); Pale Horse: 'His second Court play is as compelling and extraordinary as his first ...as taut, tight and atmospheric as Macbeth' (Observer); Love and Understanding: 'This is one of the best plays I've seen, ever, at this powerhouse of new writing ...tough, eloquent, bruising' (Sunday Times); The Bullet: 'A Death of a Salesman for Britain in the nineties, and it is typical of Penhall's grace as a writer that it consciously echoes Arthur Miller while also emerging as an entirely distinctive work' (Daily Telegraph)

Penhall Plays Reviews

"Joe Penhall belongs to the new wave of dramatists that has flooded British theatre with exciting work in recent years . . . I have a hunch that his might prove the more enduring talent." --Daily Telegraph

About Joe Penhall

Award-winning writer Joe Penhall was described by The Financial Times as 'one of the finest playwrights of his generation.' His debut at the Royal Court, Some Voices, won the John Whiting Award for best new play. His National Theatre play Blue/Orange won an Olivier Award, an Evening Standard Award and the Critics Circle Award for Best Play. Joe wrote and produced the BAFTA winning BBC serial Moses Jones and his feature film of Some Voices starred Daniel Craig and premiered in competition at the Cannes Film festival . This was followed by Enduring Love, also starring Daniel Craig, based on Ian McEwan's novel; and his adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel, The Road, starring Charlize Theron and Viggo Mortensen, which premiered in competition at the Venice Film Festival in 2009.

Table of Contents

Some Voices; Pale Horse; Love and Understanding; The Bullet

Additional information

GOR001973738
Penhall Plays: v.1: "Some Voices"; "Pale Horse"; "Love and Understanding"; "The Bullet" by Joe Penhall
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
1998-11-05
352
0413731502
9780413731500
N/A
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