Little Murders

Little Murders Samuel French acting edition of LITTLE MURDERS

  • Title: Little Murders
  • Author: Jules Feiffer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback
  • Samuel French acting edition of LITTLE MURDERS

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    1. Feiffer, Jules. LITTLE MURDERS. (1968). ****. All the action in this play takes place in the New York apartment of the Newquists in the Upper West Side. Through the windows we hear the noises of the city: construction, traffic, helicopters, police sirens, fire engines, and the occasional gunshot. The main door to the apartment opens – which takes a considerable amount of time since there are two double locks – and in comes Marjorie Newquist. She is almost hidden behind two large shopping bag [...]

    2. This play is as relevant to our media driven society today as it was when it was written in 1967. Biting satire that Feiffer does so well.

    3. This would be an excellent show to produce in todays society. It is rich with relevant details of this modern age.

    4. Didn't quite know what to expect, was incredibly impressed with the ease at which this world presented itself. The whole family is insanely bizarre, the situation turns out to be more surreal than it initially lets on and despite the ridiculous feel of some of the specific happenings every character felt real, their situations felt pretty real. It was also easy to draw connections and see why everything was being pulled into the extremes they were. I dunno, basically really enjoyed it despite no [...]

    5. Really brilliant and hysterical. The kind of play that makes you laugh and then instantly feel like a worse person for finding it funny. Dark comedy at its best. As another reviewer pointed out, this is even more relevant today, 40+ years after it was written. Based on the stills included in this volume I totally need to hunt down the movie version.

    6. Really brilliant and hysterical. The kind of play that makes you laugh and then instantly feel like a worse person for finding it funny. Dark comedy at its best. As another reviewer pointed out, this is even more relevant today, 40+ years after it was written. Based on the stills included in this volume I totally need to hunt down the movie version.

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