We return to our Playwright Series where we look at a single playwright and their large body of work. In this episode, we discuss the life and work of NAOMI WALLACE. We read the three plays: In the Heart of America (1994), Slaughter City (1996), and The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek (1998) to share our thoughts on Naomi Wallace’s craft in playwriting. We hope you will check these plays out and listen in to our conversation!
NAOMI WALLACE’S PLAYS:
1. In the Heart of America (1994)
2. Slaughter City (1996)
3. The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek (1998)
Sam’s: Julius Caesar / Donmar Trilogy dir. By Phyllida Lloyd – Harriet Walter plays Brutus
Sarah’s: Termites lol gross
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