A Master Builder by Ibsen, Henrik; Ibsen, Henrik; Shawn, Wallace PDF

By Ibsen, Henrik; Ibsen, Henrik; Shawn, Wallace

ISBN-10: 1559364491

ISBN-13: 9781559364492

ISBN-10: 1559367563

ISBN-13: 9781559367561

"Internationally popular actor-playwright adapts Henrik Ibsen's grasp Builder. Shawn's performs are every thing you dream of theatre being-really shrewdpermanent, stimulating, unsettling, hilarious, and fair. the standard of his writing areas Shawn within the corporation of heavyweight playwright-thinkers like Tony Kushner and Caryl Churchill." -Don Shewey. recognized for his not easy and provocative prose, Wallace Shawn, operating with Read more...

summary: "Internationally popular actor-playwright adapts Henrik Ibsen's grasp Builder. Shawn's performs are every little thing you dream of theatre being-really shrewdpermanent, stimulating, unsettling, hilarious, and fair. the standard of his writing areas Shawn within the corporation of heavyweight playwright-thinkers like Tony Kushner and Caryl Churchill." -Don Shewey. recognized for his hard and provocative prose, Wallace Shawn, operating with long-time collaborator André Gregory, has spent approximately fifteen years adapting certainly one of Ibsen's maximum works. a movie edition, directed by means of Jonathan Demme, is decided for spring 2013. Wallace Shawn is the writer of OBIE Award-winning performs Our overdue evening, Aunt Dan and Lemon, and The Fever. different works contain Marie and Bruce, The specified Mourner, and the screenplay for My Dinner with Andre, during which he additionally starred"

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SOLNESS: Well, why don’t we put Miss Wangel in one of the children’s rooms? They’re already made up. MRS. SOLNESS: Oh—yes, we certainly have plenty of space in there . . (She goes out. ) HILDE: Do you have many children’s rooms—here in the house? SOLNESS: Yes, we have—three, altogether. HILDE: Mmm—that’s quite a few! So I suppose—you must have quite a few children—? SOLNESS: No. We don’t have any children . . But, in the meantime, you can be our child. HILDE: Oh yes, I’ll be your child—for tonight.

Heh! Heh! —er—has anyone been here—looking for me? RAGNAR: Oh—yes—er—that young couple came by, you know, the people who want to build that villa out at Lovstrand. SOLNESS: Oh—them. Well, they’re going to have to wait. I’m not sure about the design . . I— RAGNAR: Well, they kept saying that it was terribly important for them to get the drawings soon . . SOLNESS: Is that right? . BROVIK: Well, they said they were just so eager to move into their own place, they— SOLNESS: Yes, they’re so goddamned eager to move into it that they really don’t care what kind of place it is!

An unexpected guest is a blessed obligation,” my Aunt Thea used to say. So—mm—I suppose your luggage will be coming along later? . HILDE: No, I—I don’t have any. MRS. SOLNESS: Oh! Well, that’s all right. I’m sure it will all be fine, anyway. (A pause) So! I’m afraid you’ll have to be satisfied with my husband’s company for a little while. I’m going to see about getting a room into some sort of shape for you . . SOLNESS: Well, why don’t we put Miss Wangel in one of the children’s rooms? They’re already made up.

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