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Time of Your Life, The - Full Length Play, Comedy

Time of Your Life, The

William Saroyan

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Full Length Play, Comedy

18m, 7f

ISBN: 9780573616730

A programme text edition published in conjunction with the Finborough Theatre to coincide with the centenary of the birth of William Saroyan, The Time of Your Life runs from 26 November - 20 December.

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Full Length Play

Comedy

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Cutting Approved for Competition, UIL Approved, Competition or audition material

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RECOGNITION / AWARDS

Pulitzer, From Broadway

Winner! 1940 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Winner! Drama Critics' Circle Award Tribune
A programme text edition published in conjunction with the Finborough Theatre to coincide with the centenary of the birth of William Saroyan, The Time of Your Life runs from 26 November - 20 December. 'In the time of our life, live - so that in that wondrous time you shall not add to the misery and sorrow of the world, but shall smile to the infinite delight and mystery of it' The Time of Your Life, a rich tapestry of human life, peopled by a profusion of wistful dreamers, pining lonely hearts, and beer-hall-philosophers, is a twentieth century American masterpiece. The Time of Your Life was first presented at The Shubert Theatre, New Haven, USA, on 7 October 1939. It was the first play to win both the New York Drama Critics' Circle award and the Pulitzer Prize. . It has been revived three times on Broadway; was filmed in 1948, starring James Cagney; and twice filmed for TV. It was last seen in the UK in a star-studded Royal Shakespeare Company production in Stratford and London in 1983, and received the following review: 'A remarkable play which blazes forth like a brave beacon: warming and full of fire' Daily Mail
"Gleeful, heartbreaking, tender and hilarious, probing and elusive." - New York Post
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Donald Rice 10/7/2015 5:38 PM
What I love about this play is, in a time of depression and desperation, Nick's place is a refuge for all the characters and all their outside problems. It is a place of tolerance. An oasis for those who are in need of optimism. Filled with fantastic characters this play should serve as a lesson to us that just being different need not be inhuman.

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