Mad Forest
Paperback, 87 pages ISBN: 9781854590442Publication Date:
9 Aug 1990
Size: 197mm x 130mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 87 pages ISBN: 9781780014616Publication Date:
20 Oct 2014
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First Staged:
CSSD, London; National Theatre, Bucharest, & Royal Court, London, 1990

Mad Forest

By Caryl Churchill

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Mad Forest explores the reactions of ordinary people to confused events, focusing in particular on two families. What emerges is the dreadful damage done to people's lives by repression and the painful difficulties of lasting change.

Caryl Churchill's play about the Romanian revolution was written after she, the director and a group of students from London's Central School of Speech and Drama went to Romania to work with acting students there. The play was first performed in 1990, only three months after their return.

Also published in Caryl Churchill Plays: Three

Paperback, 87 pages ISBN: 9781854590442Publication Date:
9 Aug 1990
Size: 197mm x 130mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 87 pages ISBN: 9781780014616Publication Date:
20 Oct 2014
£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)

Also by Caryl Churchill:

Caryl Churchill: Shorts
A Mouthful of Birds
The Judge's Wife
Love and Information
Hot Fudge
Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?
Thyestes
Far Away
Beautiful Eyes
Icecream
Caryl Churchill Plays: Four
Seagulls
Traps
Hotel
Lives of the Great Poisoners
Seven Jewish Children
Caryl Churchill Plays: Three
Pigs and Dogs
Caryl Churchill Plays: Five
A Dream Play
Glass. Kill. Bluebeard.
Three More Sleepless Nights
Blue Heart
This is a Chair
Three Short Plays
A Number
The Skriker
Ding Dong the Wicked
A Number (2015 edition)
Abortive
The Hospital at the Time of the Revolution
Light Shining in Buckinghamshire
Here We Go
Cloud Nine
Schreber's Nervous Illness
Tickets are Now On Sale
Escaped Alone
The After-Dinner Joke
War and Peace Gaza Piece
Bliss
Not Not Not Not Not Enough Oxygen
Lovesick

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