The Body of an American (Oberon Modern Plays)

The Body of an American Oberon Modern Plays Mogadishu Paul is a Canadian photojournalist who is about to take a picture that will win him the Pulitzer Prize Princeton the present day Dan is an American writer who is struggling to finish

Mogadishu, 1993 Paul is a Canadian photojournalist who is about to take a picture that will win him the Pulitzer Prize Princeton, the present day, Dan is an American writer who is struggling to finish his play about ghosts Both men live worlds apart but a chance encounter over the airwaves sparks an extraordinary friendship that sees them journey from some of the most dMogadishu, 1993 Paul is a Canadian photojournalist who is about to take a picture that will win him the Pulitzer Prize Princeton, the present day, Dan is an American writer who is struggling to finish his play about ghosts Both men live worlds apart but a chance encounter over the airwaves sparks an extraordinary friendship that sees them journey from some of the most dangerous places on earth to the depths of the human soul.Flying from Kabul to the Canadian High Arctic, The Body of an American sees two actors jump between than thirty roles in an exhilarating new form of documentary drama It urgently places these two men s battles both public and private against a backdrop of some of the world s most iconic images of war.

One thought on “The Body of an American (Oberon Modern Plays)”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *