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Night Scales: A Fable for Klara K

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  1 review
"In Tysh's tough, visceral, lacerating text, we bear witness to a surreal poetry for the stage, reminiscent of Büchner, Artaud, Genet, and Heiner Müller. Klara K leads us on an unspeakable journey through the ravages of WWII, while bearing a child who will never know these immensely moving shards of stories except through her mother's anguished memories. NIGHT SCALES is a ...more
Paperback, 74 pages
Published 2010 by United Artists Books
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Complex, brutal, often more poetry than drama; always remaining brilliant and beautiful. (As a member of the creative team for the premier production I'm probably biased as all hell, but regardless) I think this is one of the best pieces of theatre to come out of the US in a long time.
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Chris Tysh was born in Paris, France and holds an M.A. in American
Literature from the University of Paris (Sorbonne). She currently teaches
creative writing and women's studies at Wayne State University in Detroit.