A Walk in the Woods (Oberon Modern Plays) by Lee Blessing

By Lee Blessing

Set in the course of the chilly warfare, Lee Blessing’s strong and startling play dramatises a stand-off among U.S. and Soviet fingers negotiators as they conflict for supremacy. filled with rigidity and humour A stroll within the Woods indicates how the connection among the 2 specialists evolves as they walk within the woods above Geneva, clear of the glare of the negotiating desk. yet will this get away result in a real leap forward or simply extra posturing?

In this revised model of the play, initially played at Northern degree, Vermont, and directed by means of Nicholas Kent, a girl performs the position of the U.S. negotiator.

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