A Bucket of Eels: & The Modern Husband

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Methuen Drama, 1995 - Drama - 143 pages
This volume brings together two plays revolving around marriage. Godfrey's "A Bucket of Eels" was premiered at Stratford as part of the 1994 RSC Festival; "The Modern Husband" (after a play of the same name by Henry Fielding) was toured nationally by ATC during 1994.

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Paul Godfrey was born in the West of England and trained as a director in the Scottish Theatre. His work includes "Inventing a New Colour" (Royal Court, Bristol Old Vic), "A Bucket of Eels" (RSC Festival: The Other Place, BT Connections Scheme: Royal National Theatre), "Once in a While the Odd Thing Happens" (Royal National Theatre), "The Panic", libretto to a score by David Sawer (Royal Opera House, Garden Venture), "The Blue Ball "(Royal National Theatre), "Trilogy of New Plays from Different Sources: The Modern Husband" (Actor's Touring Company), "The Invisible Woman "(The Gate), "The Candidate" (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester), and "Catalogue of Misunderstanding".

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