Eight compelling monologues offering a state-of-the-nation group portrait for the stage.
Edinburgh Fringe First Award 2008
Carol Tambor 'Best of Edinburgh' Award
From Millie, the jolly-hockey-sticks prostitute who mourns the loss of the good old British class system, to Miles, a 7/7 survivor, and Danny, an ex-squaddie who makes friends in morgues, Eight looks at what has happened to a generation that has grown up in a world where everything has become acceptable.
In its original performances, each audience voted for four of the eight monologues that they wished to see, resulting in a different line-up at every performance. A ninth unperformed monologue is included in this edition.
The monologues are ideal for performance by student and amateur groups; any number and any combination can be performed. They also provide excellent opportunities for actors looking for audition material.
Also available in the collection Ella Hickson Plays: One.
To watch an interview with Ella Hickson on StageTalk TV - including tips on staging Eight - click here.
This edition is NOT FOR SALE in the US, Canada or Mexico. Customers from those countries should buy the US edition here.
'Hickson's writing remains astonishing, with a huge, angry energy and poetry'The Scotsman
'Ella Hickson has already found her voice and it's a powerful one - a potent show indeed'New York Times
'One of the most self-assured, startlingly well-written and moving pieces of theatre around'Herald
2 Jul 2009Size: 198mm x 129mm
8 Nov 2012
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