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Two award-winning modern feminist classics first seen at London's Royal Court Theatre.
My Heart's a Suitcase is 'a fiercely original parable of modern materialism set in a grand, empty seaside flat, where two friends are spending the weekend' Financial Times. The play 'sits firmly in the honourably incensed and censorious tradition of Look back in Anger. It could prove to be just as significant. Observer.
'Low Level Panic is the constant fear that runs through women's lives like a cold underground stream, its source is male violence and it is fed by tributaries of pornography. Clare McIntyre's play has a deadly accurate ear, a subtle sense of humour and a deep fund of compassion: she writes with thrilling understanding.' Time Out.
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A writer of peculiar imaginative promise. --Guardian
Shrewd, humorous and caring. --The Times
Clare McIntyre's first play, I've been Running, was performed at the Old red lion in 1986, directed by terry Johnson. her second play, Low Level Panic, was first performed at the Royal court theatre Upstairs in 1988, and won her the Samuel Beckett Award in 1989. For My heart's A suitcase, which was first performed at the Royal court in 1990 and directed by Max Stafford-Clark, she won the Evening standard and Critics' Circle awards for most promising Playwright. Her other plays include The Math's tutor, The changeling, Bob's Play, beware of Pity and The thickness of Skin. She also had an extensive career writing and acting for film, radio and television. She died in November 2009.
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Book Description Nick Hern Books, 1990. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1854590723
Book Description Nick Hern Books, 1990. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1854590723