Includes the plays Rattle, Mother Adam and Staircase
Sir Harold Hobson (Sunday Times) coined the phrase The Lonely Trilogy to include Rattle (Garrick Theatre, 1962-3), Mother Adam (Arts Theatre, 1971) and Staircase (RSC, 1966-67), plays which have been in constant production throughout the years. Of the middle duologue, Hobson wrote: 'In Mother Adam Dyer has written one of the few real tragedies of our time... It is more disturbing; it has deeper resonances; it is more beautifully written, with an imagination at once exotic and desperately familiar; it has a profounder pity, and a more exquisite falling Close.'The eminent American journalist Walter Winchell wrote of Dyer's 'Profound thoughts and emotions expressed with humour... People in the shadows discovering sunshine in each other.'
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|Size: ||605 KB|
|Publisher: ||Oberon Modern Playwrights|
|Date published: || 2012|
|ISBN: ||9781849436762 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|