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La Bete and Wrong Mountain: Two Plays

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La Bete and Wrong Mountain: Two Plays - Hirson, David
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David Hirson's La Bete and Wrong Mountain are widely regarded as two of the most controversial and original American plays produced on Broadway in the past decade. Critics have compared Hirson, who is known as a rebel, to Joe Orton, Tom Stoppard, John Osborne, Charles Ludlam, Maxwell Anderson, and even Prokofiev. Written in rhyming iambic-pentameter couplets, La Bete recounts the arrival of a vulgar street performer, Valere, into an elite company of veteran actors. The battles between Elomire, the troupe's leader, and ...

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La Bete and Wrong Mountain: Two Plays 2001, Grove Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780802138217

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