Frayn Plays: "Balmoral", "Benefactors", "Wild Honey" v. 2 - Contemporary Dramatists (Paperback)Michael Frayn
Paperback Published: 27/01/1992
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"One of theatre's subtlest, most sophisticated minds" (The Times) Benefactors conjures the world of the suburbs observed through the lens of post-imperialism; "dazzling. This prismatic work circumscribes the disillusionment of an era" (New York Times); Balmoral dares to imagine what Britain would be like if it had gone through the Russian revolution in 1917; "a sophisticated drollery, an educated amusement" (New Statesman); Wild Honey is a reworking of Checkov's first play (also known as Platonov) and is shot through with farce, feminism and eroticism.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC