Janis in the Chelsea and Other Plays

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Is public adulation always accompanied by private disappointment? Is creative fulfilment necessarily at odds with personal happiness? What is the price of fame? In these three biographical scenarios - about respectively Janis Joplin, Edward Elgar and Oscar Wilde - Nigel Gearing explores the often droll disparity between the satisfying structures we call Art and the infinitely more messy 'rag-and-bone shop of the heart'.

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