Friday, 16 April 2010

Review from Spoonfed

The affecting social observation of Phillip Whiteman's Eschara will firmly place him among a set of British playwrights who are notable for their expressive narrative and style perhaps more so than the points they make. His collection addresses the continuing personal effects of public tragedy that scar the human psyche. Whiteman cleverly illuminates the strength required to heal from tragedy by focusing his plays on weakness...

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