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eBook The Sunken Living Room ePub

by David Caudle

  • ISBN: 0573662495
  • Category: Dramas and Plays
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: David Caudle
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Samuel French, Inc. (April 11, 2008)
  • Pages: 76
  • ePub book: 1446 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1596 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 118

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The Sunken Living Room. SYNOPSIS: A November night in Miami, 1978. His air line pilot father is off on a trip. David Cuthbert, TIMES PICAYUNE unsettling, funny, poignant.

The Sunken Living Room. Christine Dolen, MIAMI HERALD sharp period piece. The Sunken Living Room is a drama with much to say about growing up too soon in a world that's moving too fast. Jack Zink, SUN SENTINEL.

The Sunken Living Room book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. 2m, 2f November, 1978  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Sunken Living Room.

With his distracted mother out playing Bridge, and his pilot father away on a trip, Wade settles down in the family's showpiece living room to read A Passage To India. His volatile brother Chip, 17, takes off on a dubious errand, leaving Wade alone with Chip's foxy pothead girlfriend. A Heartbreaking Comedy. David Caudle’s new pla. s a rarity: a realistic, linear comedy-drama that holds and entertains its audience with an authentic slice of dysfunctional family life. a moving period drama about emotional abandonment. The solid performances by all the actors really made a witty and deep piece work on many levels. funny, touching and disturbing. ramatically buoyant theatre.

The Sunken Living Room is a drama with much to say about growing up too soon in a world that's moving too fast. Sun Sentinel View full profile. The Sunken Living Room received its world premiere at the New Theatre in Miami, Florida, in a co-production with Southern Rep on September 27, 2006. It was directed by Ryan Rilette.

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The Sunken Living Room.

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David Caudle is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter from Miami . Mr. Caudle was a featured signer in the Drama Book Shop's booth at the first annual BroadwayCon.

David Caudle is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter from Miami, Florida, now living in Putnam Valley, New York with his husband, fashion designer Makoto Takada, a dog, two cats and ten chickens. He has written two short films that made festival rounds: Feet of Clay, directed by actor/director Carrie Preston, and Landfill, directed by Anezka Sebek.

The title of David Caudle's play "The Sunken Living Room" is supposed to be a metaphor, a reference to the architectural style familiar decades ago to television families like the Bradys. Recently, however, it has taken on a more literal ring, as the play has fallen victim to not one, but two hurricanes. Caudle's script, a comedy-drama about a teenage boy whose family is falling apart in 1970's Miami, was read during a new-play festival at the Southern Repertory Theater in New Orleans and scheduled for a premiere production last month.

2m, 2f November, 1978. Wade Minnick, 16, is a slender, effeminate bookworm in suburban Miami. With his distracted mother out playing Bridge, and his pilot father away on a trip, Wade settles down in the family's showpiece living room to read A Passage To India. His volatile brother Chip, 17, takes off on a dubious errand, leaving Wade alone with Chip's foxy pothead girlfriend. "Freak" Tammy teaches "brain" Wade more about life and about himself than he could learn from a dozen novels. And when Chip returns, having scored and snorted some serious drugs, Wade's gonna need every ounce of his newfound courage and compassion.

Comments

Seevinev Seevinev
This absorbing 70's era comedy/drama about members of a dysfunctional family(is there any other kind?) is hilarious at times but also deeply moving. I've not only read the play but also seen it performed and the audience was riveted, howling with laughter one minute and wiping away a tear another. The play received a standing ovation at its conclusion . This play is easy to produce with only one set, four characters and minimal props. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
just one girl just one girl
David's writing is spot-on brilliant.