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The journey plays / the work of Bryan Nason
Bib ID 964462
Format BookBook
Author
Nason, Bryan, 1939-
 
Description Fortitude Valley, Qld. : Playlab Press, 2003 
278 p. : ports., 21 cm. 
ISBN 0908156758
0908156758
Summary

Bryan Nason has been creating and producing performance work for more than 40 years. The works in this volume span more than 30 years, from 1970 to 2002 and include: Gilgamesh, the oldest known story, Bacchoi, a rock operaversion of Euripides, Beauty and the Best and the Tale of Two Cities and the oriental classic, Monkey, Journey West.

Notes

Tertiary/Undergraduate, General.

Subjects Australian drama -- 20th century.
Available From Playlab Press, PO Box 878, Fortitude Valley QLD. 4006 

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