Faber Playwrights at the National Theatre
Faber & Faber, 2005 - Dramatists, English - 120 pages
Christopher Hampton, David Hare, Tony Harrison, Frank McGuinness, Tom Stoppard Faber Drama have published some of the seminal plays of the 20th century. To celebrate Faber's 75th anniversary, the National Theatre invited five Faber playwrights to talk about their past work in a series of Platforms. Faber Playwrights at the National Theatre recalls their words in a special volume to be sold exclusively through the NT bookshop.
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