Well




      Well
The acclaimed writer and performer Lisa Kron s newest work is all about her mom It explores the dynamics of health, family and community with the story of her mother s extraordinary ability to heal a changing neighborhood, despite her inability to heal herself In this solo show with other people in it, Kron asks the provocative question Are we responsible for our own illness But the answers she gets are much complicated than she bargained for when the play spins dangerously out of control into riotously funny and unexpected territory.Lisa Kron has received numerous honors, including several OBIE Awards, the Cal Arts Alpert Award, the Bessie Award and the GLAAD Media Award Ms Kron lives in New York City and Los Angeles. Best Download [ Well ] by [ Lisa Kron ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Well
  • Lisa Kron
  • English
  • 03 June 2018
  • 1559362537

10 thoughts on “ Well

  1. Grace Leneghan says:

    Tender, yet felt ultimately safe in the end I think I was waiting for something radical or absurd to happen Breaking the fourth wall has never really been a favored theatrical device in the types of theatre ...

  2. Cori says:

    Play discussion group script 29

  3. Cody Roecker says:

    I m not sure how I feel about this overall, but this was a fascinating examination of Kron s complex relationship with her mother

  4. Daniel says:

    I can t say that I m inclined to read plays, but this was phenomenal And I m really bummed to have missed it being performed in town this past Spring Argh

  5. Daniel Krolik says:

    More amazing writing from Lisa Kron She does such daring work crossing the line of public and personal, fact and fiction, memory and reality This is crazy, emotional, beautiful writing I can t imagine how well it would have played with Kron and the great Jayne Howdyshell.

  6. Jackie says:

    I was less into the fourth wall breaking moments in this script than I would be if I saw this enacted I m convinced that those things would feelnatural and be easier to track if I were watching instead of reading But otherwise, wow, I m on board.

  7. Brenda says:

    A woman tries to conduct an exploration of sickness, both on the individual and the societal level Her carefully laid plans are disrupted by the repeated intrusions of her mother, whom she has brought on stage to illustrate her points Her play eventually falls apart, revealing a deeper truth than the one she thought she was looking for.By reading the preface, I thought I was in for a muchradical play than the one that finally unfolded I was intrigued by the idea of the narrator s A woman tries to conduct an exploration of sickness, both on the individual and the societal level Her carefully laid plans are disrupted by the repeated intrusions of her mother, whom she has brought on stage to illustrate her points Her play eventually falls apart, revealing a deeper truth than the one she thought she was looking for.By reading the preface, I thought I was in for a muchradical play than the one that finally unfolded I was intrigued by the idea of the narrator s mot...

  8. Kaeli Erin says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Look, I knew I was going to struggle based on the fact that its an able bodied person writing about their experience with a loved ones disability, I did not expect to feel physically sick from the ableism and mistreatment of all disabled people portrayed I understand that the author probably holds vastly different views than what the play shows but damn as a disabled college student that hurt to read Please believe disabled people and chronically ill people when they say there is no cure We Look, I knew I was going to struggle based on the fact that it s an able bodied person writing about their experience with a loved one s disability, I did not expect to feel physically sick from the ableism and mistreatment of all disabled people portrayed I understand that the author probably holds vastly different views than what the play shows but ...

  9. Cecilia says:

    Playmakers is doing this show in February and I recommend it highly It s a really enjoyable read, but I expect it to be a fantastic show Besides it s metatheatrics, it deals with the questions of wellness and sickness b...

  10. Tatiana says:

    1 it s reallythe structure here something i would have liked to see on stage before i saw the inner workings.2 it s such a small thing, but reallyfantastic I though i was going to be a housewife and i thought i d have kids and i d have...

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