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Titolo: I, Cinna (the Poet) (Paperback)
Casa editrice: Oberon Books Ltd, United Kingdom
Data di pubblicazione: 2013
Condizione libro: New
"It's a very powerful piece indeed."—The Stage
The latest installment in Tim Crouch's acclaimed family-friendly series of William Shakespeare plays explored through the eyes of minor characters. Here, it's Julius Caesar from the perspective of a lowly poet, a man who finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time, with the wrong name, while history thunders past.
Tim Crouch is an internationally renowned & studied theatre maker. Crouch’s first play, My Arm, opened at the Traverse Theatre in 2003 & continues to tour internationally. An Oak Tree won an OBIE for its Off-Broadway run in 2007. England won a Fringe First, a Total Theatre Award and a Herald Archangel in 2007. The Author was commissioned by the Royal Court Theatre, won a Total Theatre award and shared the John Whiting Award in 2010. Crouch has also written a body of work for young audiences: four pieces inspired by Shakespeare's minor characters, published by Oberon as I, Shakespeare.
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