Known for his verbal invention and radical experimentation, Mac Wellman is one of America’s most original dramatists. In this new book, Wellman brings together nine recent plays. With their feisty heroines, crisp dialogue, and noir influences, the works in The Difficulty of Crossing a Field reveal a playwright at the peak of his powers, and the collection concludes with Speculations, Wellman’s bold theatrical vision presented as lyrical prose.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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