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Theatre Communications Group, 2009 - Drama - 67 pages
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Our insatiable appetite for celebrity is the topic of this wild fantasy, in which Celine Dion speaks through an oracle to cashiers at Wal-Mart. It is the latest adventure of Caryl Churchill, "one of the most original and unpredictable of dramatists" (Daily Telegraph).Olivier Choinire hails from Montreal, Quebec, where his plays have been produced. He is a 2007 recipient of London's Royal Court Theatre's International Residency.Caryl Churchill is one of the most influential playwrights of her generation. Her other works include Cloud Nine, Top Girls, Far Away, A Number, Serious Money, and Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?.

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Olivier Choiniére graduated from the National School of Canada in 1996 with a degree in playwriting. He has written 20 plays in his native Quebecois and translated authors such as Mark O'Rowe. In 2001 he won the Canada Council's Future Generations Millennium Prize. CARYL CHURCHILL's plays include "Cloud Nine" (revived in 2007 to huge acclaim at the Almeida, London), "Top Girls", "Serious Money", "The Skriker", "Blue Heart", "Far Away" and "A Number". Most are published by NHB.

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