Some Explicit Polaroids From the celebrated and controversial writer of Shopping and FuckingSome Explicit Polaroids premiered at the New Ambassadors Theatre London in October in a production directed by Max Stafford Cl

  • Title: Some Explicit Polaroids
  • Author: Mark Ravenhill
  • ISBN: 9780413741707
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the celebrated and controversial writer of Shopping and FuckingSome Explicit Polaroids premiered at the New Ambassadors Theatre, London in October 1999 in a production directed by Max Stafford Clark for Out of Joint, prior to a national tour There are few stage authors writing interestingly than Mark Ravenhill He is it is now yet evident a searingFrom the celebrated and controversial writer of Shopping and FuckingSome Explicit Polaroids premiered at the New Ambassadors Theatre, London in October 1999 in a production directed by Max Stafford Clark for Out of Joint, prior to a national tour There are few stage authors writing interestingly than Mark Ravenhill He is it is now yet evident a searing, intelligent, disturbing sociologist with a talent for satirical dialogue and a flair for sexual sensationalism Financial Times

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    About "Mark Ravenhill"

    1. Mark Ravenhill

      Mark Ravenhill born 7 June 1966 is an English playwright, actor and journalist.His plays include Shopping and Fucking first performed in 1996 , Some Explicit Polaroids 1999 and Mother Clap s Molly House 2001 He made his acting debut in his monologue Product, at the 2005 Edinburgh Festival Fringe He often writes for the arts section of The Guardian He is Associate Director of London s Little Opera House at The King s Head Theatre.

    104 thoughts on “Some Explicit Polaroids”

    1. What an awesome play. Mark Ravenhill does it again - blending politics and sexuality so seamlessly. Very interesting, raw piece that is so relevant today!


    2. Some Explicit Polaroids est exactement le genre de livre qui ne manque jamais de me laisser perplexe une fois la dernière page tournée. Je ne savais déjà pas dans quoi je me lançais avant de le commencer puisque la quatrième de couverture ne fournit pas de résumé pour éclairer le lecteur mais des phrases de critiques journalistiques. Alors, en voyant ces avis émerveillés et fascinés par la qualité de l'écrit, je me suis quelque peu crispée. C'est toujours à ce moment-là que je s [...]


    3. Some old-school in-yer-face theater to remind me that theater doesn't have to stay up in the clouds. The play fits in the same shelf as stuff like LaBute and McDonagh - it's got something to say and it's going to say it in a way that feels like a gut-punch. Unfortunately, Ravenhill never quite takes the arguments anywhere. He says that you can't stay an angry young man your whole life and that connection is essential but most of the thoughts I had about the play made me feel like I need to see i [...]


    4. hmm. thing is, after Shopping and Fucking and Shoot, Get Treasure, Repeat everything done by Ravenhill seems kinda similar and not that impressive. I mean, yes, the character lives are pretty empty, we get it. What next? I have to do some more reading, but for the moment it seems as though he's stuck in that phase and needs to come up with some more basis rather than going over the whole Generation X - oh my life's some empty - oh the sex is so empty - routinemm.


    5. You just have to see it on stage. That's probably where your story with a Mark Ravenhill play should end: in the theatre.


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