Smokefall: A Play 1st Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-1468314229
ISBN-10: 146831422X
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Editorial Reviews

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“Quixotic, gorgeous…a very fine new American play.”
- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

“If Thornton Wilder dropped acid he might have written Smokefall.”
- Robert Hofler, Variety

Smokefall is absolutely stunning. It’s a near-perfect show.”
- M. William Panek, BroadwayWorld

Smokefall took my breath away…a glorious play with a unique blend of sophistication and open-heartedness. It is a work that leaves you thinking about every human connection you have, whether on an intimate scale or the cosmic one.”
- Hedy Weiss, Chicago-Sun-Times

“An absorbing new play…rich and nuanced.”
- The Daily Beast

About the Author

Noah Haidle’s plays have premiered at the Goodman, Lincoln Center Theater, Roundabout, Long Wharf, Woolly Mammoth, Rattlestick, and many others. His plays include Mr. Marmalade and Vigils. He is a graduate of Princeton and The Juilliard School, where he was a Lila Acheson Wallace playwright-in-residence.  He is the recipient of three Lincoln Center Lecompte Du Nouy awards, the Helen Merrill Award for emerging playwrights, the Claire Tow Award and an NEA/TCG Theatre Residency Grant.

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