A Walk in the Woods (Oberon Modern Plays) Paperback – 1 Oct 2011
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A work of passion and power with the ring of political truth. --Time Magazine
A minor miracle. --New York Magazine
The production chimes with the Tricycle's tradition of politically engaged theatre. Kent evokes the wry humour and intelligence of the writing, investing something essentially static and episodic with fluidity…. a succinct, well-crafted drama that it would be wrong to dismiss as a period piece. 4 stars. --Evening Standard
A shrewdly observant piece..a quietly intriguing play. --The Guardian
About the Author
Lee Blessing, a multi-award-winning playwright, has been a major force in post 1960s American theatre. Blessing's plays are considered by many critics to be truthful, often controversial explorations in the variance of human relationships. His plays reach into the depth of human souls to find the underlying truths that bind people, no matter what their political viewpoint, sexual preference, ethnicity or gender. He has been awarded The American Theater Critics Circle Award, The Great American Play Award, and many others. Three of his plays have been cited in Time magazine's list of the year's Ten Best. Blessing heads the graduate playwriting program at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University.
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