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Deadline: Various deadlines. Writers are asked to write stories that present positive visions of what a sustainable society might look like, or integrate green characters, policies, solutions etc. Deadline: Opens Friday 26th July at 10am, closes when plays have been submitted. In the course of the play generations and mythologies collide, cinema takes on literature, Jesse James confronts Oisin, and Yeats and Joyce joust with True Grit.

Here Come Cowboys looks at the games young people play. It explores how young people exploit each other and how they can pick on the weakest. It examines peer pressure, isolation, and the real fears that young people have concerning the savage games that they play. Produced by Team Educational Theatre Co. See Doollee Playwrights Database - online. See Oberon Catalogue - online ; site inaccessible The Bee : What would you do if your wife and child were being held hostage?

How Many Miles to Basra? (Oberon Modern Plays)

It seems that the only option for Mr Ido is to accept his terrible fate. Besieged by cameras and reporters, the world is demanding to know how he feels. But as his personal tragedy is played out on screen, Ido decides to take control. Refusing to play the victim he seeks out a bitter revenge.

Svejk: based on the The Good Soldier Svejk by Jaroslav Hasek (Oberon Modern Plays)

A highly-charged, tragic satire, The Bee asks what happens when the victim becomes the aggressor, the weak become powerful and the watcher becomes the watched. His fascination with the similarities and disparities between Japanese and British culture has led him to work with key figures in British Theatre. For The Bee , he has collaborated with writer, Colin Teevan, well known for his innovative translations and adaptations of world classics and the hugely revered, Olivier-winning British actress, Kathryn Hunter. Company: Noda Map.

Return to Book Page. Preview — Svejk by Colin Teevan. Since Hasek's comic masterpiece was first produced in s Pargue, there have been countless attempts to stage this sprawling story of the seeming idiot, Svejk, who survives the horros of the First World War through use of his very idiocy.

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This new adaptation draws on contemporaneous styles such as futurism and surrealism, as well as rhe ideas of Hasek's fellow Czech, Fra Since Hasek's comic masterpiece was first produced in s Pargue, there have been countless attempts to stage this sprawling story of the seeming idiot, Svejk, who survives the horros of the First World War through use of his very idiocy. This new adaptation draws on contemporaneous styles such as futurism and surrealism, as well as rhe ideas of Hasek's fellow Czech, Franz Kafka.

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