By Ibsen, Henrik; Ibsen, Henrik; Shawn, Wallace
"Internationally well known actor-playwright adapts Henrik Ibsen's grasp Builder. Shawn's performs are every little thing you dream of theatre being-really clever, stimulating, unsettling, hilarious, and fair. the standard of his writing locations Shawn within the corporation of heavyweight playwright-thinkers like Tony Kushner and Caryl Churchill." -Don Shewey. recognized for his difficult and provocative prose, Wallace Shawn, operating with long-time collaborator André Gregory, has spent approximately fifteen years adapting one in every of Ibsen's maximum works. a movie model, directed by way of Jonathan Demme, is determined for spring 2013. Wallace Shawn is the writer of OBIE Award-winning performs Our overdue evening, Aunt Dan and Lemon, and The Fever. different works contain Marie and Bruce, The certain Mourner, and the screenplay for My Dinner with Andre, during which he additionally starred"-- Read more...
summary: "Internationally well known actor-playwright adapts Henrik Ibsen's grasp Builder. Shawn's performs are every thing you dream of theatre being-really shrewdpermanent, stimulating, unsettling, hilarious, and honest. the standard of his writing locations Shawn within the corporation of heavyweight playwright-thinkers like Tony Kushner and Caryl Churchill." -Don Shewey. identified for his hard and provocative prose, Wallace Shawn, operating with long-time collaborator André Gregory, has spent approximately fifteen years adapting one among Ibsen's maximum works. a movie version, directed through Jonathan Demme, is determined for spring 2013. Wallace Shawn is the writer of OBIE Award-winning performs Our past due evening, Aunt Dan and Lemon, and The Fever. different works comprise Marie and Bruce, The exact Mourner, and the screenplay for My Dinner with Andre, within which he additionally starred"
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It’s almost more than I can stand. It’s as if you’re stabbing me with a knife when you say things like that! MRS. SOLNESS: Well—then I just won’t say them. SOLNESS: And I still have to tell you: you’re going to see that I’m right—things are going to be nice, things are going to be very very nice for you, Aline, when we move into the new house! MRS. SOLNESS: Oh my God—nice for me— SOLNESS: Yes! Yes! They will be! Because there’s going to be so much there that’s going to remind you of your own— MRS.
Heh! Heh! —er—has anyone been here—looking for me? RAGNAR: Oh—yes—er—that young couple came by, you know, the people who want to build that villa out at Lovstrand. SOLNESS: Oh—them. Well, they’re going to have to wait. I’m not sure about the design . . I— RAGNAR: Well, they kept saying that it was terribly important for them to get the drawings soon . . SOLNESS: Is that right? . BROVIK: Well, they said they were just so eager to move into their own place, they— SOLNESS: Yes, they’re so goddamned eager to move into it that they really don’t care what kind of place it is!
SOLNESS: Yes . . DR. HERDAL: But that fire, really, was good luck for you! I mean, that fire actually made everything possible, didn’t it, really? —ha ha ha—and now you are absolutely the leading man in your field! You are! SOLNESS: Yes. And that’s exactly what’s kept me in such an awful state of uninterrupted anxiety . . DR. HERDAL: Anxiety? Because you’ve had good luck? —I’m in a state of unbearable agitation that starts the minute I wake up every morning, and it doesn’t stop until I fall asleep at night.
A Master Builder by Ibsen, Henrik; Ibsen, Henrik; Shawn, Wallace