The Climbers: (NHB Modern Plays)
Carmen Nasr (Author)
'In the death zone, your body starts eating itself. Time and space disappear. It's impossible to remember what happens up there.' When Yasmin and her guide, Tshering, return from a perilous expedition to Everest without a member of their party, they have a lot of questions to answer. Where is Yasmin's husband Charlie? What happened on the mountain? Why do Yasmin and Tshering's accounts differ so drastically? As private investigator Connie tries to distinguish hallucination from reality, and fact from delusion, it's clear that someone, somewhere, is not telling the truth. Set at an altitude where life hangs by a thread, Carmen Nasr's play The Climbers is a thrilling exploration of the lure of the mountains, the drive to conquer and the price of staying alive. It was first performed in June 2022 at Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, directed by Guy Jones.
About the Author
Carmen Nasr is a British-Lebanese writer, whose other plays include Dubailand (Finborough), The Maladies (Almeida Young Company) and The House of My Father (longlisted for the Bruntwood Prize).
- Contributor: Carmen Nasr
- Imprint: Nick Hern Books
- ISBN13: 9781848429574
- Number of Pages: 88
- Packaged Dimensions: 129x198x6mm
- Packaged Weight: 107
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Nick Hern Books
- Release Date: 2022-06-23
- Series: NHB Modern Plays
- Binding: Paperback / softback
- Biography: Carmen Nasr is a British-Lebanese writer, whose other plays include Dubailand (Finborough), The Maladies (Almeida Young Company) and The House of My Father (longlisted for the Bruntwood Prize).