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Art of Success / In the Ruins epub ebook

by Nick Dear

Art of Success / In the Ruins epub ebook

Author: Nick Dear
Category: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Heinemann (May 19, 1989)
Pages: 100 pages
ISBN: 0413614204
ISBN13: 978-0413614209
Rating: 4.5
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The success of Dear's art lies in excesss He is as much a caricaturist as a draughtsman and above all he is a fierce.

The success of Dear's art lies in excesss He is as much a caricaturist as a draughtsman and above all he is a fierce. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.

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This first collection of Nick Dear's work for the stage displays the breadth and achievement of one of the most talented .

This first collection of Nick Dear's work for the stage displays the breadth and achievement of one of the most talented and inventive dramatists writing in Britain today. Tell us if something is incorrect.

This first collection of Nick Dear's work for the stage displays the breadth and achievement of one of the most talented

This first collection of Nick Dear's work for the stage displays the breadth and achievement of one of the most talented. The volume contains two of his re-workings of eighteenth-century history, The Art of Success and In the Ruins, his intelligent and original political parable Zenobia and his chilling adaptation of Henry James's The Turn of the Screw.

Nick Dear's plays include Lunch in Venice (NT Connections, 2005); Power (NT, 2003); The Villains' Opera (NT, 2000); Zenobia (RSC, 1995); In the Ruins (Bristol Old Vic, 1990); Food of Love (Theatre de Complicite, Almeida, 1988); The Art of Success (RSC, 1986); Pure Science (RSC, 1986).

Nick Dear's plays include Lunch in Venice (NT Connections, 2005); Power (NT, 2003); The Villains' Opera (NT, 2000); Zenobia (RSC, 1995); In the Ruins (Bristol Old Vic, 1990); Food of Love (Theatre de Complicite, Almeida, 1988); The Art of Success (RSC, 1986); Pure Science (RSC, 1986); and Temptation (RSC, 1984).

Nick Dear (born 11 June 1955 in Portsmouth) is an English writer for stage . Michael Kitchen in The Art of Success. The Portuguese Production of Power

Nick Dear (born 11 June 1955 in Portsmouth) is an English writer for stage, screen and radio. Dear's plays include Power and The Villains' Opera at the National Theatre; The Art of Success, Zenobia and Pure Science for the RSC; In the Ruins at Bristol Old Vic and Royal Court, London (1990); and Food of Love at the Almeida. The Portuguese Production of Power.

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"The success of Dear's art lies in excesss He is as much a caricaturist as a draughtsman and above all he is a fierce, if compassionate moralist" (Clive Barnes, New York Post) The Art of Success is a coruscating portrait of William Hogarth, an artist and satirist whose popular prints, including "The Harlot's Progress" and "The Rake's Progress" enabled him to earn a considerable living. In a hectic scramble through one London night, Hogarth attends a meeting of the Beefsteak Club, is pursued by an outraged murderess and visits his whore. Premiered by the Royal Shakesepeare Company at Stratford upon Avon in 1986, the play transferred to the Barbican, London in 1987. "Dear is fascinated by the horrors of the king's illness, but he is also amused by the thought that what is, after all, one of Britain's most potent political symbols, the throne, should be occupied by a lunatic." (Robert Hewison, Sunday Times) In the Ruins is a two hander first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 1984, and has George 111 musing on his life and times. First staged at the Bristol New Vic in 1989, the play transferred to the Royal Court, London in 1990. "Rich and entertaining stuff. George's ranting is full of great jokes; and Dear gives him a wholly credible monarch's dialect, nursery talk combined with glorious ruling-class arrogance." (Independent)
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