Sirett: Three Plays
"A Night in Tunisa?", "Jamaica House", "Skaville"
By (author) Paul Sirett
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Sirett: Three Plays by Paul Sirett
Book DescriptionA Night in Tunisia and Jamaica House were produced at Stratford East, while Skaville went on a tour encompassing Edinburgh and London. A Night in Tunisia plays on a stage split between past and present, and describes the fall of a great jazz musician through self-doubt and guilt. Jamaica House features two characters in a tower block that is due to be demolished shortly, deciding whether their lives are worth leaving the building for. Skaville is about desire, escape, violence and music in the late seventies, as a stranger arrives in town to transform the fortunes of a lonely man's record shop.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781840022322
(210mm x 130mm x 13mm)
Imprint: Oberon Books Ltd
Publisher: Oberon Books Ltd
Publish Date: 1-Mar-2002
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
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Author Biography - Paul Sirett
His theatrical works include Olivier nominated The Big Life (with Paul Joseph) at Theatre Royal Stratford East & West End, Rat Pack Confidential at Nottingham Playhouse/New Wolsey Ipswich/Bolton Octagon & West End, and Come Dancing (with Ray Davies) at Stratford East. Other works include: Bad Blood Blues; A Night in Tunisia; Worlds Apart; Crusade; Jamaica House (all Stratford East) and plays for Graeae, Soho Theatre, Polka Theatre, Yellow Earth Theatre; Live Theatre, Newcastle; Dukes Lancaster and the Edinburgh Fringe. Awards include: Best Off-West End Musical, Whatsonstage; Best Play, Pearson; Best Production, City Life; Best Writer & Best Play, New York International Radio Festival; and nominations for TMA, Evening Standard and Olivier awards. Paul has also worked extensively as a dramaturg including many productions at Soho Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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