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Deep Heat: Encounters with the Famous, the Infamous, and the Unknown
     

Deep Heat: Encounters with the Famous, the Infamous, and the Unknown

by Robin Soans
 

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Groundbreaking verbatim dramatist Robin Soans presents monologues based on conversations he has had or overheard. Threaded throughout with comedy each expose the complexity and fragility of life: they show just how "un-ordinary" we all are, and how the best way to further our self-knowledge is by sympathetically examining the lives of others.

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Groundbreaking verbatim dramatist Robin Soans presents monologues based on conversations he has had or overheard. Threaded throughout with comedy each expose the complexity and fragility of life: they show just how "un-ordinary" we all are, and how the best way to further our self-knowledge is by sympathetically examining the lives of others.

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"A splendid source of new solo pieces that work brilliantly in those drama school showcases... an enlightening read" - Susan Elkin, The Stage

"..always fascinating, frequently deeply insightful …. Deep Heat, which is subtitled Encounters with the Famous, the Infamous and the Unknown, is a compendium of some of the interviews that eventually found their way into [Soans’] plays. … represents the roots of a series of wonderful theatrical performances….This witty, thought-provoking book is a real one-off that deserves to sell well and undoubtedly will." –British Theatre Guide

"This collection, brings together some of the best material that Soans has collected over the years from interviewing many people for his plays... an insightful read, it is also the perfect companion for actors looking for a more meaningful and powerful monologue than the usual ‘Tried & Tested’ – which can only be of great delight to casting directors worldwide" -The Public Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781849430906
Publisher:
Theatre Communications Group
Publication date:
10/18/2011
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.40(d)

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