Rabbit is a snappy, surreal, farce from one of Australia's most promising playwrights, Brendan Cowell.
Monologues and Solo Plays. Rabbit is a snappy, surreal, farce from one of Australia's most promising playwrights, Brendan Cowell. Additional Information.
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) (Oberon Modern Plays). His play Lungs was produced in a rolling world premiere at the Studio Theatre, Washington DC (nominated as Outstanding New Play at the Helen Hayes Awards) and Paines Plough/Sheffield Theatres in the UK (winner of Best New Play at the Off West End Awards and nominated for Best New Play at the Theatre UK Awards). The play has had many productions in the US and internationally, with upcoming ones in Stockholm, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Toronto, Copenhagen, Palma, Sydney and at the Schaubühne in Berlin, directed by Katie Mitchell.
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Brendan Cowell (born 16 August 1976) is an Australian actor, screenwriter, comedian and director. Cowell was born in Sydney. He discovered acting by accident while waiting for his sister to come out of a rehearsal; he was then cast in a commercial at age 8. He attended Charles Sturt University in Bathurst to complete a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre/Media, originally considering journalism as a career option.
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Oberon Books is a London-based independent publisher of drama texts and books on theatre. The company publishes around 100 titles per year, many of them new plays by new writers. In addition, the list contains a range of titles on theatre studies, acting, writing and dance. Oberon Books was founded by James Hogan in 1985 with a mission to publish the best new dramatic writing.