Five plays from the the makar (national poet) of Scotland, one of the country's best-known (and best-loved) living playwrights.Liz Lochhead is the author of many highly inventive original plays, adaptations and translations, all crafted with her special blend of the vividly colloquial and the energetically poetic. This volume brings together five of her best original plays ranging over three decades and several, contrasting styles.
Liz Lochhead, currently the National Poet of Scotland and one of that country's best-known living playwrights, wrote her first play, "Blood and Ice," in 1982. Since then there has been a steady stream of highly inventive original plays, adaptations and translations, all crafted with Lochhead's special language, a blend of the intensely colloquial and the energetically poetic. Her other plays include "Dracula, Educating Agnes, Misery Guts, Thebans" and "Medea." She lives in Glasgow.
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