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by Gregory Motton,Elfriede Jelinek

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ISBN:
0413707601
Author:
Gregory Motton,Elfriede Jelinek
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Dramas & Plays
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English
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Methuen Publishing (January 1, 1996)
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140 pages
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Start by marking Cat and Mouse (Sheep)/Services as Want to Read . Gregory Motton, Elfriede Jelinek. One of a series of drama texts published to coincide with theatrical premieres of new plays and translations.

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Cat and Mouse (Sheep) is a 1995 theatre play by British playwright Gregory Motton. It satirises both the left and right in British society

Cat and Mouse (Sheep) is a 1995 theatre play by British playwright Gregory Motton. It satirises both the left and right in British society. It was premiered at the Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris and then shown briefly in Britain at the Gate Theatre. It has subsequently only been performed outside Britain. It is published by Oberon Books

Gregory Motton's first two plays went on in quick succession: Chicken (directed by Kate Harwood) at the Riverside .

Gregory Motton's first two plays went on in quick succession: Chicken (directed by Kate Harwood) at the Riverside Studios in April 1987, and then Ambulance (directed by Lindsay Posner) at the Royal Court in September 1987. During this period Motton wrote the "Gengis" series of satirical political plays ( Cat And Mouse (Sheep), premiered at the Theatre de L'Odeon,Gengis Amongst the Pygmies, premiered at the Comedie Francaise, A Holiday in the Sun, premiered on Radio France Culture, and The Rape Of Europe )The first of these Cat and Mouse (Sheep) was directed by Ramin Gray and.

Cat and Mouse (Sheep) - Gengis starts a price war with the shop next door and ends up running the country with his uncle and aunty. Services portrays two married women deeply weary of the sterility of their sexual existences, who arrange a secret liaison with two men code-named Moose and Bear who offer raw animal sex in a dingy motorway service station. Constructed along the lines of Cosi Fan Tutte this is a cruel and pornographic comedy premiered in Vienna in 1995 and selected as "Best Production of the Year" by Theater Heute.

Publisher: Methuen Drama (9 May 2002). A new play by one of New York's most talked about young writers published to tie in with the Royal Court's production in May 2002 You know how it is, we all live together, we all neighboursIn an apartment in lower Manhattan, Stephen spends most of his time writing, looking out of his window and noticing his neighbours.

PaperBack (19 Jan 1999). Cat and Mouse (Sheep) was premiered at Theatre de l’Odeon, Paris. In Praise of Progress was commissioned by BBC Radio 3. A Little Satire focuses on the general election of 1997, and was commissioned for The Gate Theatre’s History of European Satire season. Additional Information.

Cat and Mouse' And 'Services'. by Elfriede Jelinek and Gregory Motton. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780413707604. Release Date:January 1996.

Gregory Motton (born 1961) is a British playwright, most of whose work has been done in France. Gregory Motton's first two plays went on in quick succession: Chicken (directed by Kate Harwood) at the Riverside Studios in April 1987, and then Ambulance (directed by Lindsay Posner) at the Royal Court in September 1987. His unconventional writing style soon dispersed the initial keen interest it had first awakened in managements and critics

Gregory Cotton (fl. 1999) was a British wizard who played as the Seeker for the Appleby Arrows.

Gregory Cotton (fl. During a match with the Pride of Portree, he collided with the opposing team's Seeker, Dougal McBride, while both were locked in a race to catch the Golden Snitch. Cotton came out with the Snitch in his hand, but an altercation with McBride ensued, during which jinxes were illegally exchanged, and McBride transfigured Cotton's head into a cabbage.

One of a series of drama texts published to coincide with theatrical premieres of new plays and translations.