Horovitz Plays: "The Indian Wants the Bronx", "Line", "The Widow's Blind Date", "Park Your Car in Harvard Yard", "Cat-lady" v. 1
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Horovitz Plays: "The Indian Wants the Bronx", "Line", "The Widow's Blind Date", "Park Your Car in Harvard Yard", "Cat-lady" v. 1

By (author) Israel Horovitz , Introduction by Eugene Ionesco

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Five classic plays in one volume, complete with a full introduction by the author and a foreword by Eugene Ionesco.The Indian Wants the Bronx: 'Horovitz uncovers that most careful thread of insight - that violence partakes equally of ignorance and fear.' Showcase 1. OBIE Award, NY Drama Desk Award. Line: Off-Broadway's longest-running play, ever. A contemporary classic, it has played for 32 consecutive years. The Widow's Blind Date: 'Terrifying and real ...a masterpiece.' Los Angeles Times Park Your Car In Harvard Yard: 'The best new play of the Broadway season.' Financial Times Cat-Lady: "poignant, funny, and, at times, [a] terrifying depiction of the loneliness of old age.' The Independent

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 17mm | 224g
  • 03 Aug 2006
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • METHUEN DRAMA
  • London
  • English
  • 0413774899
  • 9780413774897
  • 711,625

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Israel Horovitz has had more than fifty plays produced in New York, many of them translated and performed around the world. Among his best-known are Line, The Indian Wants the Bronx (which introduced Al Pacino), Rats, North Shore Fish, It's Called the Sugar Plum, Morning, The Primary English Class, The Wakefield Plays, Lebensraum and My Old Lady.

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"'Horovitz uncovers that most careful thread of insight - that violence partakes equally of ignorance and fear.' Showcase 1. OBIE Award, NY Drama Desk Award. 'Terrifying and real... a masterpiece.' Los Angeles Times 'The best new play of the Broadway season.' Financial Times "poignant, funny, and, at times, [a] terrifying depiction of the loneliness of old age.' The Independent 'Israel Horovitz is the most popular American playwright in France, and, quite possibly, in most of Europe." International Herald-Tribune"

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