By Mark Ravenhill
Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat: 'A dramatic cycle that's, in its approach, epic, yet is splintered into many small shards… touches deftly at the impression of conflict on every person concerned' Financial Times
Over There:'Ravenhill explores postwar Germany's department and unification during the energy battles among dual brothers. the result's beautifully smart and creative' Guardian
A lifestyles in 3 Acts: 'By turns fascinating, humorous, informative and, in its ultimate section, lump-in-the-throat relocating as Bourne charts the lack of pals and fans to Aids, and contemplates previous age' Guardian
Ten Plagues: 'A outstanding song-cycle… it is the portrait of grief past degree that is so affecting and which this relocating hour of solitudinous lamentation, confusion and defiance brings fantastically to the fore.' Telegraph
Ghost Story: 'both a satire and a relocating tale approximately affliction' Guardian
The Experiment: 'Mark Ravenhill retains issues creepy in his monologue, The Experiment, during which he performs the satiny-voiced, slippery narrator… the tale, and the narrator's point of complicity, retains moving. Ravenhill asks us to think about which model, if any, could be applicable, and what sort of we would be prepared to dodge our eyes from for the larger good.' Independent
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Extra resources for Ravenhill Plays: 3: Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat; Over There; A Life in Three Acts; Ten Plagues; Ghost Story; The Experiment (Contemporary Dramatists)
Ravenhill Plays: 3: Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat; Over There; A Life in Three Acts; Ten Plagues; Ghost Story; The Experiment (Contemporary Dramatists) by Mark Ravenhill