Motortown

Motortown

Motortown Danny returns from Basra to a foreign England and a different kind of battle He visits an old flame buys a gun and goes on a blistering road trip through the new home front I don t blame the war The

  • Title: Motortown
  • Author: Simon Stephens
  • ISBN: 9780413776075
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • Danny returns from Basra to a foreign England and a different kind of battle He visits an old flame, buys a gun and goes on a blistering road trip through the new home front I don t blame the war The war was alright I miss it It s just you come back to this Written during the London bombings of 2005, Motortown is a fierce, violent and controversial response to the anDanny returns from Basra to a foreign England and a different kind of battle He visits an old flame, buys a gun and goes on a blistering road trip through the new home front I don t blame the war The war was alright I miss it It s just you come back to this Written during the London bombings of 2005, Motortown is a fierce, violent and controversial response to the anti war movement and to the war itself Chaotic and complex, powerful and provocative, Simon Stephen s new play portrays a volatile and morally insecure world.Motortown premieres at the Royal Court Theatre on 21 April 2006 It follows the critically acclaimed On the Shore of the Wide World Manchester Royal Exchange National Theatre , winner of the Olivier Award for Best New Play 2005.

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    958 Comment

    Not for the faint of heart, Stephens' brutally visceral play dissects what happens after a war-scarred veteran returns home from the Iraq war with an extreme case of PTSD.

    Brutal, disturbing but fantastic dialogue. Theatre at its most visceral. Well-written but can't say I enjoyed the second half.

    Horrifying, disturbing yet highly profound. Stephens takes an unflinching and fearless look at the nature of war and how it can induce psychopathy. Deliberately banal dialogue, experimental structure and unnervingly alive characters.

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