Making scenes: short plays for young actors, Volume 2

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Methuen Drama in association with the Royal National Theatre, Jul 17, 1995 - Drama - 204 pages
Four short plays for young actors The Blue Ball is an imaginative investigation of the experience of Space researched by the playwright among the astronauts themselves. This ambitious play questions the politics of a culture in which the wondrous is rendered mundane and what' commonplace is rendered absurd. Each play includes Production Notes, dealing with setting and staging, costume, lighting and casting. Also included are a set of questions and exercises for workshop classes.

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Wilson has been writing stage plays since the early 1960's.