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Title
Bluebeard
Author
Hattie Naylor
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Bloomsbury Methuen Drama
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20131105

This is all we are. This is all sex is. The attempted obliteration of the self. That's why it's so brutal. All there is the plane of nature. It was what was before and will always be, and our complete annihilation, this leisurely murdered world, is after all, what is.Bluebeard invites you into his chamber to share in the violent passion of his deviant sexual acts. Will he excite you? Will he seduce you? Will he love you to death?With its provocative, intelligently handled exploration of sexually motivated violence, Bluebeard is a psycho-sexual, stark and violent reimagining of the famous fairy-tale.

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Hattie Naylor has won several national and international awards for her plays, and has much of her work broadcast on BBC Radio, including Mathilde, Solaris, The Making of Ivan the Terrible, Ivan and the Dogs (Tinniswood Award for Best Original Radio Drama in 2009), and Clarissa. The stage version of Ivan and the Dogs was nominated in the 2010 Olivier Awards for Outstanding Achievement. Theatre and opera work include Going Dark, Mother Savage, the opera Odysseus Unwound, The Nutcracker, Ben Hur, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Samuel Pepys' Diaries, Piccard in Space, and The Dark Art of Forgetting.

Hattie Naylor's script is full of the head-spinning facts that make astronomy both frightening and fascinating
Guardian on 'Going Dark'

Hattie Naylor's writing beautifully conveys the incredible way the boy and dogs connected to each other
Daily Telegraph on 'Ivan and the Dogs'

Hattie Naylor's stark, bleak play feels like a fairytale. Its language and rhythms have the steady simplicity of a child's speech
Guardian on 'Ivan and the Dogs'

In Hattie Naylor's text, the relationship between father and son shines so brightly [.] that it suffuses the whole play with a rich, glowing emotional depth
Scotsman on 'Ivan and the Dogs'

Hattie Naylor brings a modern adaptation of the French fable to the
stage in order to question our current complicity with the
objectification of women . . . poetic in style and well-executed in all
What's On Stage

. . . a gripping and incredibly intense experience.
Stage

. . . bold and thoughtful take . . .
Guardian

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Bluebeard (Legendary character) - Drama.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
56

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