The editor is also Coward's most recent biographer.
While reading these plays you come across some really interesting situations, and characters, and I guarentee that you will be smiling throughout the whole thing.
It also made wonderful use of the inanities of casual conversation, especially the repetition of statements ad absurdum.
Typical Noel Coward. Wanted to read Private Lives as I had performed on stage in Blithe Spirit and loved it. Private Lives was quite different.Published 2 months ago by Peggy A Weisgerber
So...I bought this only for Private Lives, because I knew I'd be going to a well-reviewed DC production, and, if possible, I like to read a play before I see it - an acquired... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul Frandano
Noel Coward is brilliant and brittle and fun. If you are an Anglophile, as I am, you will enjoy this book.Published 7 months ago by D. Boggs
Three great plays for a fantastic deal of a price, brand new. The plays are so funny. Totally worth it!Published 11 months ago by Ela
Just an addition to my growing library of scripts to use in auditioning for local theater productions. Love little theater.Published 18 months ago by Francene Thompson
This edition has 3 of Coward's best plays. The plays speak for themselves being the height of Coward's talent to write witty English comedies. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Robert A. Bowers
needed a script for reader theatre.... the group had a blast doing this play... my HS group did it back in the 80's... It is a great story../playPublished 22 months ago by Cheryl A. Enyart
I had to read this for my Costume Design class this past Spring semester. We only used it for one play, the "Private Lives. Read morePublished on July 31, 2012 by RWendows
The Pat Parker/Vito Russo Library book group met at The LGBT Center in NYC in May to discuss these three plays. Read morePublished on May 9, 2012 by H. Williams