The Lieutenant of Inishmore

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Dramatists Play Service, Jan 1, 2003 - Drama - 58 pages
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A family is the subject of THE ARCHITECTURE OF LOSS, Ms. Cho's touching new play...[The] scenes are very strong; they run deep. --NY Times. ...THE ARCHITECTURE OF LOSS is the kind of play one wishes there were more of: totally unpretentious, of the utmost s

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User Review  - Geneva - Goodreads

A bit more kitty-death than I would prefer, but I was able to look past it and see the brilliance of this very darkly funny play. I don't think, though, that I could watch it. Read full review

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User Review  - William - Goodreads

Farcical and violent: violence though "real" is grounded as much in the comedic story. Black comedy subverts the political,in its over-the-top presentation. The pet cats that ostensibly drive the plot ... Read full review

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Plays: THE PILLOWMAN (Tony nominee, Best Play 2005; Olivier Award Winner 2004), THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE (Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy 2003), THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE (Tony nominee, Best Play 1998), THE LONESOME WEST (Tony nominee, Best Play 1999), A SKULL IN CONNEMARA, THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, THE BANSHEES OF INISHEER, THE RETARD IS OUT IN THE COLD, DEAD DAY AT CONEY. Other works include “Barney Nenagh’s Shotgun Circus,” “Suicide on Sixth Street,” “In Bruges,” “Seven Psychopaths,” “Six Shooter” (Oscar, Best Short 2006).

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