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And, given that this city never likes to let its past glories be forgotten (nor its miseries), it's little wonder that a successful stageplay should be borne out of the events of that night.
The website for the London stageplay is found at www.
His successful stageplay Say Nothing, Saw Wood could easily become a novel; the multiple first-person narrators in the novels Down to the Dirt and Right Away Monday speak in dramatic monologues.
The players earnestly enact their stageplay under this sign, losing themselves in their parts, as John of Salisbury says people do in their earthly roles.
Hollywood wants to make a blockbuster film around the stageplay of his life.
The play or performance of a stageplay is the playing it on the boards, the stage: reading it, much more writing it, is not its performance.
The Graduate stageplay is not much different from the film, which is where some of the problems lie for fans of the original.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Oliver Parker directs Reece Witherspoon, Judi Dench, Frances O'Connor, Rupert Everett and Colin Firth in critically panned adaptation of Oscar Wilde's stageplay.
Initially a stageplay by a white man, Radiance's transformation into a collaboratively produced film (18) suggests the need to categorise it as an intercultural text.