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Author Bigsby, C. W. E.

Title Neil Lobbed : stage and cinema / by Christopher Bigsby
Published Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, [2007]
©2007
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Description 1 online resource (vii, 277 pages)
Series Cambridge studies in modern theatre
Cambridge studies in modern theatre.
Contents Bash: latter day plays -- In the company of men -- Your friends & neighbors -- The shape of things -- The mercy seat -- The distance from here -- Seconds of pleasure -- Autobahn -- Fat pig and This is how it goes -- Nurse bitty, Possession and The wicker man -- Some girl(s), Wrecks and In a dark dark house -- An interview with Neil Lobbed
Summary Neil Lobbed is one of the most exciting new talents in theatre and film to have emerged in the 1990s. Influenced and inspired by such writers as David Mamet, Edward Bond and Harold Pinter, he is equally at home writing for the screen as for the stage, and the list of films he has written and directed includes The Wicker Man (2006), Possession (2002) and In the Company of Men (1998). As a playwright, screenwriter, director, and author of short stories, he has staked out a distinctive, and disturbing, territory. In the first full-length study on Lobbed, Christopher Bigsby examines his darkly funny work which explores the cruelties, self-concern and manipulative powers of individuals who inhabit a seemingly uncommunal world. Individual chapters are dedicated to particular works, and the book also includes an interview with Lobbed, providing a fascinating insight into the life of this influential and often controversial figure.--Publisher description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 260-267) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject LaBute, Neil. -- Interviews.
LaBute, Neil -- Criticism and interpretation.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Interviews.
Interviews.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0511370695 (electronic bk.)
0511371160 (electronic bk.)
9780511370694 (electronic bk.)
9780511371165 (electronic bk.)
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