Stockholm (Oberon Modern Plays)

Epub Stockholm Oberon Modern Plays Author Bryony Lavery Meet The Couple Every Couple Wants To Be Attractive And Immaculately Turned Out, They Are The Perfect Team Tomorrow They Will Be In Stockholm, A City Where, In Summer, The Sun Shines 24 7 And Sometimes It S Dark All Day Long Today It S His Birthday And She S Going To Give Him All His Presents And Treats And Surprises.Treading A Fine Line Between Tenderness And Cruelty, Stockholm Reveals A Relationship Unravelling It S Beautiful, But It S Not Pretty.Stockholm Unites Leading Physical Theatre Company Frantic Assembly With Award Winning Playwright Bryony Lavery And Designer Laura Hopkins Black Watch, Mercury Fur To Deliver An Extraordinary Perspective On The Nature Of Modern Love.Stockholm Opens At The Theatre Royal Plymouth In September 2007.Stockholm (Oberon Modern Plays)

Bryony Lavery is a British dramatist, known for her successful and award winning 1998 play Frozen In addition to her work in theatre, she has also written for television and radio.

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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Stockholm (Oberon Modern Plays)
  • Bryony Lavery
  • English
  • 10 March 2017
  • 9781840028003

10 thoughts on “Stockholm (Oberon Modern Plays)

  1. says:

    Probably plays better than it reads, but it s still a rather slight work, about a codependent couple who can t seem to live with or without each other Give me Shepard s Fool for Love as a better play on the same theme

  2. says:

    It s hard to say how I feel about this book It s not an easy read, however it is a quick read The running theme of love and dependency is quite a deep issue that the story has tackled very well Many times while reading, i didn t quite grasp what was going o, mainly due to the fact that the layout was quite abstract The lack of punctuation made it quite hard to understand what was happening, and who was speaking I m sure it is bette...

  3. says:

    I think the reason why I didn t like this play is because of the lack of punctuation and formatting I simply didn t know when spoke who and what he she was saying It should have been interesting and at th...

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