Peter and Alice by John LoganPeter and Alice by John Logan

Peter and Alice

byJohn Logan

Paperback | May 3, 2013

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A remarkable new play from the acclaimed playwright ( Red ) and screenwriter ( Gladiator, Skyfall ) John Logan. Enchantment and reality collide at a 1932 meeting between Alice Liddell Hargreaves, the original Alice in Wonderland, and Peter Llewelyn Davies, the original Peter Pan. Peter and Alice, which opened on London's West End in March 2013, stars Judi Dench and Ben Whishaw.
This is the first new play from three-time Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and playwright John Logan since his play Red went on to sell thousands of copies and played London to great acclaim before transferring to a smash hit Broadway run where it won six Tony Awards including Best New Play. His work for the stage includes Never ...
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Title:Peter and AliceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 8.25 × 5 × 0.22 inPublished:May 3, 2013Publisher:Oberon BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1849434743

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Shattering in its intensity... the distressful, healing empathy which great theatre produces . If you are growing old, or love the old and recognise their youthfulness, it breaks your heart open" 5 stars. - The London Times "Bold, daring theatre that is unquestionably touched by greatness." 5 stars. - Sunday Times "A moving, 90-minute theatrical chamber piece about childhood, growing up and the pressure of literary immortality... a beautiful and searching play that will live long in the memory." - Telegraph "Logan beautifully particularises the psychological trauma of two adults whose childhood selves were never allowed to grow up." - Metro "Poetic and achingly wistful... Logan's writing is filled with arresting images... rather beautiful." - Arts Desk "Fascinating, deeply layered. Logan's play is a painfully moving, tenderly sketched portrait of life's challenges." - The Stage "Simmering... fiction, memory and multi-way commentary seethe up against and amid one another." - Financial Times "Shattering in its intensity... the distressful, healing empathy which great theatre produces . If you are growing old, or love the old and recognise their youthfulness, it breaks your heart open" 5 stars. - The London Times "Bold, daring theatre that is unquestionably touched by greatness." 5 stars. - Sunday Times "A moving, 90-minute theatrical chamber piece about childhood, growing up and the pressure of literary immortality... a beautiful and searching play that will live long in the memory." - Telegraph "Logan beautifully particularises the psychological trauma of two adults whose childhood selves were never allowed to grow up." - Metro "Poetic and achingly wistful... Logan's writing is filled with arresting images... rather beautiful." - Arts Desk "Fascinating, deeply layered. Logan's play is a painfully moving, tenderly sketched portrait of life's challenges." - The Stage "Simmering... fiction, memory and multi-way commentary seethe up against and amid one another." ? Financial Times "