Description - Dan O'Brien: Plays One by Dan O'Brien
Includes the plays:
The Body of an American - Two actors embody more than thirty roles in an exhilarating new form of documentary theatre, against a backdrop of some of the world's most iconic images of war.
The House in Hydesville - At once an exploration of familial abuse and the need for spiritual transcendence, a compelling "true ghost story".
The Cherry Sisters Revisited - The five Cherry sisters' love of the vaudeville carries them to the bright lights of Broadway. A provocative comedy with music.
The Voyage of the Carcass - Trapped in the ice at the North Pole, only three members of the doomed Carcass crew survive.
The Dear Boy - James Flanagan is not a kind teacher. Is he a good teacher? He likes to think so. An intimate and stirring character study of a man forced to face his past, his present, and the life he may still yet live.
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Author Biography - Dan O'Brien
Dan O'Brien is an internationally-produced and -published playwright and poet. His awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship in Drama & Performance Art, the inaugural Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History, the Horton Foote Prize for Best New American Play and the PEN Center USA Award for Drama.