Love the Sinner

Cast: 2f 10-14m

Staging: Multiple locations (flexible staging)

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Paperback, 116 pages ISBN: 9781848420892Publication Date:
13 May 2010
Size: 198mm x 129mm£8.99 £7.19You save £1.80 (20%)
First Staged:
National Theatre, London, 2010

Love the Sinner

By Drew Pautz

Paperback £8.99£7.19

A tense and provocative play offering a remarkably fresh and painful take on our perpetual guilt in the face of poverty and brutality in the developing world.

Michael, a married man running a small business, accompanies a squabbling delegation of bishops to Africa as a lay volunteer. There, an unsettling encounter with a hotel porter leads to a series of agonising moral dilemmas that compromise his work, his marriage – and his faith.

Drew Pautz's play Love the Sinner was first staged at the National Theatre, London, in 2010.

Press Quotes

'Topical, tender-hearted, fascinating'

Independent

'A cunningly written clash of religious cultures across continents; and the story of a modern marriage... a strong and serious contender for this year's most promising playwright'

Whatsonstage.com

Cast: 2f 10-14m

Staging:Multiple locations (flexible staging)

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Paperback, 116 pages ISBN: 9781848420892Publication Date:
13 May 2010
Size: 198mm x 129mm£8.99 £7.19You save £1.80 (20%)

Also by Drew Pautz:

Someone Else's Shoes

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