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Running the Silk Road

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Exhiliarating and refreshing, Running the Silk Road blends East and West, telling a modern story mixed with Chinese myths. In the ... Lire la suite
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Exhiliarating and refreshing, Running the Silk Road blends East and West, telling a modern story mixed with Chinese myths. In the year of the Beijing Olympics, a group of friends from London set themselves an epic challenge - to run the ancient Silk Road trading route to China, carrying an ",alternative", Olympic flame. Once on the road, complications and conflict test friendships and soon threaten their chances of success.Weaving in and out of the contemporary story are magical and timeless Chinese myths.Running the Silk Road was on tour until in June 2008 in a production by Yellow Earth Theatre Company featuring the spectacular Beijing Opera Theatre.

Auteur

Paul Sirett teaches MA Text & Performance and Advances in Scriptwriting at RADA. He has worked as a dramaturg and script consultant for Trafalgar Entertainment and was previously Senior Dramaturg at the RSC and Literary Manager at Soho Theatre. His theatrical works include Olivier-nominated The Big Life (with Paul Joseph) at Theatre Royal Stratford East & West End, Rat Pack Confidential at Nottingham Playhouse/New Wolsey Ipswich/Bolton Octagon & West End, and Come Dancing (with Ray Davies) at Stratford East. Other works include: Bad Blood Blues; A Night in Tunisia; Worlds Apart; Crusade; Jamaica House (all Stratford East) and plays for Graeae, Soho Theatre, Polka Theatre, Yellow Earth Theatre; Live Theatre, Newcastle; Dukes Lancaster and the Edinburgh Fringe. Awards include: Best Off-West End Musical, Whatsonstage; Best Play, Pearson; Best Production, City Life; Best Writer & Best Play, New York International Radio Festival; and nominations for TMA, Evening Standard and Olivier awards.



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Exhiliarating and refreshing, Running the Silk Road blends East and West, telling a modern story mixed with Chinese myths.
In the year of the Beijing Olympics, a group of friends from London set themselves an epic challenge - to run the ancient Silk Road trading route to China, carrying an "alternative" Olympic flame. Once on the road, complications and conflict test friendships and soon threaten their chances of success.
Weaving in and out of the contemporary story are magical and timeless Chinese myths.
Running the Silk Road was on tour until in June 2008 in a production by Yellow Earth Theatre Company featuring the spectacular Beijing Opera Theatre.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Running the Silk Road
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Code EAN: 9781783194247
ISBN: 978-1-78319-424-7
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (epub)
Editeur: Oberon Books
Genre: Poésie, théâtre
nombre de pages: 96
Parution: 09.06.2008
Année: 2008
Sous-titre: Englisch
Taille de fichier: 1.9 MB