Ten Plays

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TEN PLAYS is the first published collection of plays by playwright, director and performer Mark Jackson. Jackson's highly theatrical plays defy easy categorization, ranging in form and subject matter from grotesque comedies about contemporary pop culture to epic melodramas about ancient themes of love and war. Jackson's work has been seen on both US coasts, in the UK and Germany. This collection of ten of his plays includes American $uicide, BANG!, Brave, The Death of Meyerhold, Faust Pt1, The Forest War, I Am ...
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Overview

TEN PLAYS is the first published collection of plays by playwright, director and performer Mark Jackson. Jackson's highly theatrical plays defy easy categorization, ranging in form and subject matter from grotesque comedies about contemporary pop culture to epic melodramas about ancient themes of love and war. Jackson's work has been seen on both US coasts, in the UK and Germany. This collection of ten of his plays includes American $uicide, BANG!, Brave, The Death of Meyerhold, Faust Pt1, The Forest War, I Am Hamlet, little extremes, Messenger #1 and R&J, with notes by the author and a Foreword by critic Rob Avila.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984396405
  • Publisher: EXIT Press
  • Publication date: 6/30/2010
  • Pages: 469
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Mark Jackson is an award-winning playwright, director and performer. He was Artistic Director of Art Street Theatre, San Francisco, from 1995 to 2004, during which time he wrote, directed, and performed in numerous productions for the company. Mark's work has also been seen at Aurora Theatre Company, Encore Theatre Company, EXIT Theatre, Potrzebie Dance Project, San Francisco International Arts Festival, Shotgun Players, and The Studio Theatre (Washington D.C.), among others; as well as internationally at Arts International Festival IV (Japan), Edinburgh Festival Fringe (UK), and Deutsches Theater Berlin (Germany). His plays have been developed at American Conservatory Theater, Capital Stage, EXIT Theatre, Playwrights Foundation, Magic Theatre, and Z Space Studio. Mark was a 2003 resident playwright of the Djerassi Resident Artists Program, where he was awarded the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Honorary Fellowship, and a 2005 German Chancellor Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
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