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Decades

Decades (Paperback)

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The world's changin', we don't have to just `make do' anymore. There's stuff out there, there's life, there's ... people and experiencin' somethin' meaningful. California, `Arry, Woodstock, out on the road like a rollin' bloody stone, it's Dylan, `Arry, that's who I want to be. Yer seriously think I'm goin' to stick round here.



Modern life isn't easy and it never has been.



This explosive play by Leo Butler transports us through time, looking at what happens when the next generation begin to find their feet in an ever-changing world.



Through a kaleidoscope of characters, we see tensions rocket and values crumble, exposing the best and worst of what it means to be human.



This epic roller coaster of a play combines euphoria and despair as different generations of young people ask the same question: where do we go from here?



Decades received its world premiere at Ovalhouse, London, on 7 June 2016 in a production by Brit School for Performing Arts and Technology.

Children'sGeneral non-fictionDrama & performingPlayscriptsFilm, TV & DramaTheatrePlays, playscripts Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC Publication Date: 06/01/2016 ISBN-13: 9781350015920  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Leo Butler's work includes Made of Stone; Redundant; Lucky Dog; Faces in the Crowd (Royal Court); Devotion (Theatre Centre); Heroes (National Theatre Education Tour); I'll Be the Devil (RSC / Tricycle Theatre); The Early Bird (Queen's Theatre, Belfast / Finborough Theatre); Juicy Fruits (Paines Plough / Traverse Theatre / Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester); Sixty-Nine (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Festival); Could You Please Close the Door Please (FIND Festival / Schaubuhne, Berlin); Alison! A Rock Opera (co-composed with Daniel Persad - Royal Court / King's Head Theatre / Spread Eagle Theatre).

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