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Edward Bond appears as representative for an earlier generation of Royal Court playwrights under the influence of Gaskill, and Caryl Churchill for a generation of socialist-feminist writers for whom Brechtian strategies were similarly productive.
Another thing was it was a play by Edward Bond and he really wanted to get a Bond play out there.
On the other hand, the author considers some solar unexplored aspects of the plays of such modern icons as Bulgakov, Witkiewicz, Peter Weiss, Edward Bond, and Sam Shepard.
Retired engineer Edward Bond said some passengers were traumatised by the "heavy landing" as their Thomson Airways service from Alicante approached the runway.
Danny O'Grady (who plays Dan) in A Window by Edward Bond at Birmingham Rep
Influences on Jones's work is a traditional mix of playwrights which include Arthur Miller, Harold Pinter and Edward Bond.
The 30-year-old is a member of Big Brum Theatre Company and will be appearing in the Edward Bond play, Eleven Vests, at The Other Place in Stratford from October 21 as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company's Autumn Visitors Season.
Edward Bond and Harold Pinter came of age in the same theatrical generation, part of the explosion of new drama that followed in the wake of the Berliner Ensemble's 1956 London tour, of John Osborne's celebrated Look Back in Anger (1956) and The Entertainer (1957), of the development of new playwrights at the Royal Court, of the state and local subsidies that made theater one of Britain's most visible (and exportable) cultural commodities in the postwar period.
Afterwards, the play's author, Edward Bond, will speak.
Two weeks ago, theatre-in-education company Big Brum celebrated its 25th anniversary, with the premiere of its sixth play by Edward Bond, one of Britain's most original and celebrated postwar playwrights, who now chooses to write for schoolchildren here.