Love and information caryl churchill pdf

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love and information caryl churchill pdf

Love and Information - Drama Online

Love and Information is a play written by the British playwright Caryl Churchill. It first opened at the Royal Court Theatre in September The play is a compilation of seven sections each with a number of scenes that range from less than a minute in length to a few minutes long. The "random" section of scenes, included at the end of the play, are able to be incorporated anywhere within the play. This allows the director ample freedom to play with the storyline of the play along with the certain themes and questions they want to highlight with their particular production. The play allows the director and production team to take create a version of the play that they want to in all of the varying options and approaches the loose structure of the play allows, along with the wide arrange of casting options - nothing is specific in terms of casting within the show.
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Love And Information

Love and Information

All rights whatsoever in this play are strictly reserved and application for performance etc. No performance may be given unless a licence has been obtained. The play is in seven sections, numbered 1 to 7, each comprising a number of short scenes. In the published script, the scenes are each given a title eg 'Secret', 'Affair', 'Fate', 'Chinese Poetry'. A 'Note on the Text' specifies that 'The sections should be played in the order given but the scenes can be played in any order within each section'. There are also a number of 'random' scenes, printed at the end of the published text, that can be performed at any stage of the play. Lines are unattributed to characters, and the characters 'are different in every scene' with the possible exception of some of the random scenes , so there are potentially over a hundred characters in the play.

Production

Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy. In this fast moving kaleidoscope, more than a hundred characters try to make sense of what they know. Someone sneezes. Someone put an elephant on the stairs. Someone hates irrational numbers. Someone told the police.

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