Plays Of The 70s - Volume 3

Plays Of The 70s - Volume 3 $23.99

Katharine Brisbane - editor

Published by Currency Press

Written between 1975 and 1977, these plays express disillusion with the past and impatience for reconsideration

In Crossfire Jennifer Compton critiques feminism, in The Christian Brothers, Ron Blair satirises Catholic education, in A Happy and Holy Occasion, John O'Donoghue portrays Irish obsequiousness and superstition, and in Inner Voices, Louis Nowra looks at the ignorant in power

'The worlds present in these plays have passed away', says Katharine Brisbane, 'but these plays remain a dense and telling record of their times'

1 Act - 1M; 1 Act - 2M, 4W; 2 Acts - 5M, 3W; 1 Act - 5M, 1W, doubling, extras

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