Nagy Plays: 1: Weldon Rising; Disappeared; The Strip; Butterfly Kiss

Nagy Plays: 1: Weldon Rising; Disappeared; The Strip; Butterfly Kiss

by Phyllis Nagy

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"Young playwrights don't come much hotter than Phyllis Nagy" (Daily Telegraph)

her three Royal Court -performed plays Weldon Rising "Here is the best
new play I have seen in many months...This play is exciting because it
is well written, unusually constructed and morally serious." (Financial
Times); in Butterfly Kiss "Nagy captures the texture of a life and
writes short, vivid, often disturbingly erotic's a play
that leaves me proclaiming Nagy a writer of real talent" (Guardian),
Disappeared (winner of the Mobil Prize,1995) "A piece that gets right
under your skin...There's no neat solution to Nagy's conundrum, just a
fog of fear, despair, and most remarkably of all, a final mirage of
escape. Spine-tingling stuff" (Daily Telegraph) The Strip,
"kaleidoscopic and hugely accomplished dissection of fate, love and
chance" (Independent)

"Each play I see by Phyllis Nagy confirms
me in the belief that she is the finest playwright to have emerged in
the 1990s" (Financial Times)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781408177969
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Publication date: 12/10/2013
Series: Contemporary Dramatists
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 280
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Phyllis Nagy was born in New York City and has lived in London since 1992. Her plays, including Weldon Rising, Butterfly Kiss, Disappeared and The Strip, have been produced throughout the world and have received awards including the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award, a Mobil Prize, a Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the Eileen Anderson/Central Television Award, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a McKnight Foundation Fellowship. Phyllis is currently under commission to the Royal Shakespeare Company, Nottingham Playhouse and the Royal Court Theatre, where she was recently writer-in-residence. She has adapted Patricia Highsmith's The Talented Mr Ripley for the Watford Palace Theatre while Never Land, opened at the Royal Court Theatre in January 1998, while her version of Chekov's The Seagull was produced at Chichester Festival Theatre in the summer of 2003.

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