Etiquette and Vitriol: The Food Chain and Other Plays

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Theatre Communications Group, 1996 - Drama - 300 pages
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The first collection by a master of razor-sharp wit and black humor, Etiquette and Vitriol brings together two of Silver's highly acclaimed and successful works - the long-running Off-Broadway hit The Food Chain and the award-winning Pterodactyls - with two earlier works - Fat Men in Skirts and Free Will & Wanton Lust - which helped establish Silver as one of the leading comic voices of his generation.

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Nicky Silver's plays include Pterodactyls (Oppenheimer Award, Kesselring Award, Drama Desk nomination, Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Eros Trilogy, The Food Chain (Outer Critics Circle nomination), Fat Men in Skirts, Fit to Be Tied, The Maiden's Prayer, Free Will and Wanton Lust (Helen Hayes Award), My Marriage to Ernest Borgnine, The Altruists and Raised in Captivity (Drama Desk nomination, Outer Critics Circle nomination).

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