Mathematics of the Heart (Modern Plays) Paperback – 7 Feb 2012
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A poignant and tender story... as funny as it was moving. Sunday Times online Smart, diverting little family drama laced with sexual politics. Times A balance between brittle humour and broody thoughtfulness. Times Brims with vitality and acuity, resulting in a pleasing and pertinent play about the nature of rivalry and relationships. -- Evelyn Curlet The Stage A beautifully written piece, poignant, observant and emotionally engaging. Entertainment Focus A funny, sharp and often moving play by Kefi Chadwick, directed with great pace and energy by Donnacadh O'Briain. The Stage Won It was full of pace, fun and with some nice twists and turns that made the 90 minutes (without interval) seem to fly by. Highly recommended. The Stage Won Genuinely on the edge of my seat..completely engaging. One Stop Arts Chadwick understands what can make good, dynamic theatre. Notes from the Underground It was full of pace, fun and with some nice twists and turns..Highly recommended. The Stage Won
About the Author
Award winning writer Kefi Chadwick's previous full length plays have included the following: The Deal (Nightingale Theatre, New Writing South), Below Zero (London and regional tour, Proteus Theatre), The Wedding Present (regional tour, Proteus Theatre) and Clamshell Boy (London and regional tour, Intrepid Theatre). Her short film Cregan was screened in competition internationally, winning second prize at Waterford Film Festival and the New York Film Festival Audience Choice. It was also selected by BBC Film Network. Her prose works have been published in the UK and USA, and appeared on BBC Radio 4.