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Spring Awakening

Written by

Frank Wedekind

and

Edward Bond

Translated by

Edward Bond

~playauthor~Written by~ Frank Wedekind , Edward Bond ~playauthor~Translated by~ Edward Bond

Methuen Drama, 2012

Student Editions

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Acts: 3, Scenes: 19, Roles: Total (37), Female (7), Male (30), Unassigned (0)

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... treatment of adolescence, education and generational conflict. Edward Bond’s scrupulous translation first brought the play to English audiences when it premiered at the National Theatre in 1974; it is now considered to be the definitive English translation....

Letter on Brecht

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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...Rudolf RachParis18 March 00Dear RudolfYou know that I regard Brecht as an influence and of course I shall continue to be influenced by him. But it is an influence about which I have always felt – and stated – unease. He is a major...

The Seventh of January Sixteen Hundred and Ten

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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...Our understanding of the material world is ideological. We use the material world but much of it is beyond our control and use. For both these reasons the material world is able to impose itself on ideology. Our understanding...

Lear War

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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Le Théâtre de la Cité

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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Letter to Tom Erhardt

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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...Tom ErhardtCasarotto Ramsay60–66 Wardour StreetLondon W13 November 98Dear TomThanks for sending me the list of plays the Royal National Theatre intend to use to mark the end of the century. Saved is on the list. Do not give them a licence...

Language

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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...We are human because we have a human language. Other animals communicate and interact, feel pain and pleasure; but they do not know the difference between, say, force and persuasion. This is because they do not know there is a listener. Our...

The Faustian Trap

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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...Two assertions are commonly made together as if both were true. They are mutually contradictory. The first says that human nature does not change. The second that human behaviour becomes worse. The confusion threatens our...

Rough Notes on Intolerance

Edward Bond

Edward Bond is widely regarded as the UK’s greatest and most influential playwright. His plays include The Pope’s Wedding (Royal Court Theatre, 1962), Saved (Royal Court, 1965), Early Morning (Royal Court, 1968), Lear (Royal Court, 1971), The Sea (Royal Court, 1973), The Fool (Royal Court, 1975), The Woman (National Theatre, 1978), Restoration (Royal Court, 1981) and The War Plays (RSC at the Barbican Pit, 1985). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Hidden Plot : Notes on Theatre and the State

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2000

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...To condemn intolerance suggests that there is something that should be tolerated. It also suggests that there are some things that should not be tolerated. These include Nazi death camps and mob lynchings for instance.There is a more...

The Hungry Bowl  

Written by

Edward Bond

~playauthor~Written by~ Edward Bond

Methuen Drama, 2018

Contemporary Dramatists

Playtext

Scenes: 3, Roles: Total (5), Female (2), Male (1), Unassigned (2)

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... The Hungry Bowl is a portrait of a a ghost town. Outside a harsh wind rattles the windows. Inside, people go hungry and start boarding up their homes. When a young girl insists on feeding her imaginary friend, a bitter struggle...