- Title: Ross & Rachel
- Author: James Fritz
- ISBN: 9781848425224
- Page: 223
- Format: Paperback
A dark and uncompromising play about romance, expectation and mortality, Ross Rachel tells the story of what happens when two friends who were always meant to be together, get together and stay together This duologue for one performer takes an unflinching look at the myths of modern love and our idea of happily ever after.
Recent Comments "Ross & Rachel"
My rating only relates to reading the script; although it got a fairly dismissive review in the NY Times when it played briefly stateside, it got raves, especially for solo performer Molly Vevers, at the Edinburgh Fringe where it originated. Basically, the problem with ONLY reading the play is that the format makes it virtually impossible to figure out what's going on - the play (actually a 60 minute 'performance art' piece - the script is in actuality only 29 of the reported 48 pages) is for tw [...]
The script is written for two character but is meant to be read by one person, meaning the text is unmarked which makes it impossible to understand who is saying what. Also, the script isn’t even good.
Very moving play
↠ Ross & Rachel || ✓ PDF Read by ì James Fritz 223 James Fritz
Title: ↠ Ross & Rachel || ✓ PDF Read by ì James Fritz