After Mrs Rochester (NHB Modern Plays)

After Mrs Rochester (NHB Modern Plays)

by Polly Teale

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Overview

The hit show from Shared Experience Theatre Company based on the tortured and passionate life of Jean Rhys and her most famous book, Wide Sargasso Sea, the prequel to Jane Eyre.

In Wide Sargasso Sea - 'one of the works of genius of the 20th century' Times - Jean Rhys first gave voice to Bertha Mason, Mr Rochester’s first wife in Jane Eyre. Placing Bertha on stage throughout as Jean’s alter ego, this dramatization of Rhys’ life gives full vent to her obsession with the “mad woman in the attic".

'a revelation, a rare feat of theatrical imagining' - Evening Standard

'true dramatic dynamism - breathes new life into both subject and form' - Independent

'has the imaginative fluency and depth of feeling that audiences have come to expect from Shared Experience at its best - a major success' - Sunday Telegraph

'stunning... total theatre' - Mail on Sunday



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781780016917
Publisher: Hern, Nick Books
Publication date: 12/01/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 96
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Polly Teale is Joint Artistic Director of Shared Experience. Her productions for the company include Mermaid, Speechless (co-writer/director; Fringe First Award), The Glass Menagerie, Mine (writer/director), Ten Tiny Toes, Kindertransport, Jane Eyre (director/adapter, touring and West End), Brontë, After Mrs Rochester (writer/director, touring and West End; Evening Standard Award for Best Director, Time Out Award for Best West End Production), Madame Bovary, The Clearing, A Doll’s House, The House of Bernarda Alba, Desire Under the Elms; and as co-director with Nancy Meckler: War and Peace (co-production with the National Theatre) and Mill on the Floss. Further writing credits include Afters (BBC Screen Two) and Fallen (Traverse, Edinburgh/ Drill Hall).

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