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Poliakoff Plays: 1

by: Stephen Poliakoff

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ISBN: 0413624609
ISBN13: 9780413624604

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''Stephen Poliakoff

'has been one of our sharpest and least predictable writers for the past twenty years' '(Daily Telegraph) Clever Soldiers: 'is a thoughtful play about violence' (Times) which attacks the mythology of Oxbridge against the background of war; Hitting Town, a powerful play about incest is a riveting piece of theatre...'a stupendous achievement' (Sunday Telegraph); City Sugar: 'A savage dissection of that pristine slagheap of Our Times - mass culture' (Time Out); Shout Across the River: traces the progress of a passionate and extraordinary relationship between a young mother and her teenage daughter played against the background of a vast suburb of south London; American Days: Into the escapist limbo of a top record company executive's office tumble three teenagers, spotted by an insecure talent scout and now given a hit or miss chance to impress...'Poliakoff has the dramatic ability to make you care very much...a completely enjoyable play' (Financial Times); Strawberry Fields is about three young members of the 'lost generation' of the sixties: 'Imaginative and controversial...a sort of Pinteresque fantasy with thriller overtones.' (Plays and Players)''