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Blood knot, and other plays

by Fugard, Athol.

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Published by Theatre Communications Group in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • South Africa -- Drama

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAthol Fugard.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR9369.3.F8 A6 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination202 p. ;
      Number of Pages202
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1870254M
      ISBN 101559360194, 1559360208
      LC Control Number90029029

      The characters in The Blood Knot are involved in a number of interpersonal conflicts. The brothers Morrie and Zachariah compete as well as care for each other, and both are in constant conflict. From a rich human drama, the play turns into a schematic parable. I haven’t seen this kind of programmatic slippage in other Fugard plays; perhaps it’s here because Blood Knot was one of first plays (), though revised and re-titled slightly in

      This edition also includes Coming Home, Fugard's first work addressing AIDS in South Africa, and Have You Seen Us? his first play set in America, about a South African transplanted to San Diego, where the playwright currently Fugard's works includes Blood Knot, Master Haroldand the Boys, Boesman and Lena, Sizwe Banzi is Dead. And how sad to realize, twenty minutes or so into Athol Fugard’s drama, “Blood Knot” (in revival, at the Signature Theatre Company), that, despite the brothers’ cloistered domestic Author: Hilton Als.

      Because of their subject, his plays have sometimes met with official opposition. Blood Knot (), about two coloured brothers, one light-skinned and one dark-skinned, was censored, and some of his other works have only been published abroad.   A blood knot (or barrel knot)is a fairly common knot in the sport of fly fishing. Its purpose is to attach one piece of monofilament leader material to another of usually different diameter. It often can be a difficult knot to tie even for experienced anglers, but by following these steps and practicing, even beginners can perform it effectively%(17).


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Blood Knot is a play about two brothers, who live in a one-room shack in a crumbling section of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. They are different in temperament, but they reaffirm and support each other. Morris is a light-skinned colored man, Zachariah is a black man.

They are half-brothers, who have the same mother. These three Port Elizabeth plays, which established South African playwright Athol Fugard's international reputation more than twenty years ago, examine with passion and grace close family relationships strained almost unendurably by the harshest of Brand: Theatre Communications Group.

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Blood Knot is an early play by South African playwright, actor, and director Athol single-performance premier was in in Johannesburg, South Africa, with the playwright and Zakes Mokae playing the brothers Morris and Zachariah.

Lucille Lortel produced The Blood Knot, starring J.D. Cannon as Morris and James Earl Jones as Zachariah, at the Cricket Theatre, Off Date premiered: ; Broadway revival. Title: Blood Knot And Other Plays Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: January 1, Publisher: Playwrights Canada Press Language: English.

These three Port Elizabeth plays, which established South African playwright Athol Fugard's international reputation more than twenty years ago, examine with passion and grace close family relationships strained almost unendurably by the harshest of economic and political conditions.

First edition first printing hardback in dust jacket,almost fine book in fine dust jacket. not price-clipped, not faded, no tears, just the usual toning to pages with age. Blood Knot and Other Plays (Signed) FUGARD, Athol. Published by Theatre Communications Group, New York () ISBN ISBN Used.

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Blood Knot and Other Plays. By Athol Fugard Imprint: Theatre Communications Group Show Details. Paperback:pages, January Paperback. Words on Plays is made possible in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Blood Knot set model by scenic designer Alexander V. Nichols BLOOD KNOT 3 1/28/08 PM The alarm clock rings for bedtime, but Zach has an idea.

Morrie explains that he File Size: 1MB.Paperback:pages, September Ebook (EPUB):96 pages, September Blood Knot (), about two coloured brothers, one light-skinned and one dark-skinned, was censored, and some of his other works have only been published abroad.

Fugard has frequently collaborated in his productions with black playwrights and actors, like John Kani and Winston Ntsona, with whom he produced the highly acclaimed and frequently.