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"Judy Upton's a playful writer who likes nothing better tha to upset expectations" "Independent"
Judy Upton's a playful writer who likes nothing better tha to upset expectations Independent"
"Judy Upton's a playful writer who likes nothing better tha to upset expectations" --Independent
Judy Upton was born in Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex. Her first stage play, Everlasting Rose, was produced at London New Play Festival in 1992. In 1994 she won the George Devine Award for Ashes and Sand, which was produced in that year at the Royal Court Theater Upstairs, and the Verity Bargate award for Bruises, which was co-produced by the Royal Court and Soho Theatre Company at the Theatre Upstairs in 1995. Judy's other stage plays are: Temple (The Room, Richmond Orange Tree, 1995); The Shorewatchers House (The Red Room, Kentish Town 1996); Stealing Souls (The Red Room, 1996); Sunspots (The Red Room, 1996, transferred to BAC); People on the River (The Red Room at the Finborough, 1997); To Blusher with Love (Winner of the Open Stages Competition, 1997); The Girlz (The Room, Richmond Orange Tree, 1998); Know Your Rights (The Red Room at BAC, 1998) and Sliding with Suzanne (Royal Court/Out-of-Joint, 2001). Upton is currently writer in residence with The Red Room.
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Book Description Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. "Judy Upton's a playful writer who likes nothing better than to upset expectations" Independent Ashes and Sand: "Searing, brutal.Judy Upton's vicious little hand grenade of a play explodes onto the stage.her writing blazes with anger about the waste of a generation with no hopes" Independent "Sunspots confirms Upton as one of the most promising writers working in London at present" What's On People on the River: "A skilfully written and entertainingly hard-nosed look at the victim culture of tabloid telly" Time Out Stealing Souls: "The writing is diamond hard, slippery and clear like thin ice covering a particularly murky pond" Guardian Know Your Rights: "A moving and accomplished piece.Upton's play can dispense with arguments and right-on statements because in creating characters she develops situation." The Times. Seller Inventory # AAV9780413770202
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Book Description Methuen Pub Ltd, 2002. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 296 pages. 7.50x5.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # x-0413770206