Friday, May 8, 2009

guardian.co.uk - First produced at the Royal Court earlier this month, Caryl Churchill's play for Gaza has divided critics and audiences. The Guardian's Michael Billington called it a 'heartfelt lamentation', while the Times found it 'straitjacketed political orthodoxy'. For Howard Jacobson, it is 'wantonly inflammatory'. Bloggers have debated whether the play is antisemitic. Judge for yourself









You can download a PDF copy of this play for free from the producer's website where they state that it can be downloaded or performed by any number of people for free and if you needed to license it they will do that also for free.

[tags]adequate medical care, caryl churchill, critical view, devastation, first intifada, friendly fire, gaza strip, ground invasion, Holocaust, israelis, jerusalem post, jewish children, jewish history, medical aid, moral outrage, palestinians, play seven, relief organization, responsible journalist, royalties[/tags]

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