Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?

ISBN-10: 1559363118
ISBN-13: 9781559363112
Edition: N/A
Authors: Caryl Churchill
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List price: $12.95
Publisher: Theatre Communications Group, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 64
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.132
Language: English

"Caryl Churchill's power to grip an audience is an extraordinary thing. Her plays perform a pincer-movement on your attention. Their ear for a subject of real concern out there in the world . . . has always been acute, and often prescient. These are plays which don't merely debate issues: they embody them."- The Observer "Churchill is one of the most original and unpredictable of dramatists, and part of the pleasure of her work is going into the theater, and not having the faintest clue about what to expect."- Daily Telegraph Jack would do anything for Sam. Sam would do anything. And around this simple premise, Caryl Churchill slyly crafts her new play depicting a deeply dysfunctional gay relationship-which is actually all about America. Premiering in fall 2006 at London's Royal Court Theatre, this is Churchill's first work since A Number and is another speedy, taut, two-hander that shows off her uncanny ability to write both topically and elliptically at the same time. With this play Churchill-who has taken on everything from Thatcherism to human cloning-continues her more than thirty-year tradition of producing "studies of a world quaking under constant siege in which style somehow always uniquely mirrors content" (The New York Times). Caryl Churchill is one of the most respected dramatists in the English-speaking world. She is the author of some twenty plays, including Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Cloud Nine, Top Girls, Serious Money, The Skriker, Blue Heart, Far Away, and A Number, which have been produced throughout the world.

Carl Churchill, also spelled as Caryl Churchill, was born in London, England, on September 3, 1938. Growing up, Churchill lived in both England and Canada and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, in 1960. While at Oxford, Churchill became interested in theatre and went on to write three plays while she was there. After graduation, Churchill spent the next ten years writing plays, including "Lovesick" and "Schreber's Nervous Illness," which were broadcast on the BBC. In 1974, Churchill began working for the Royal Court Theatre as a resident playwright and two years later she joined the Joint Stock Theatre Group, an organization that uses collective collaboration between actors, writers, and directors when creating theatrical works. Churchill has also written dozens of books over the years, among them Blue Heart, Cloud Nine, and Hotel: In a Room Anything Can Happen. Looked upon as a voice of post-modernism, Churchill is well known for her use of dramatic structure.

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