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ISBN:1408108348
Author: Levi David Addai
ISBN13: 978-1408108345
Title: House of Agnes (Modern Plays)
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Methuen Drama (March 4, 2008)
Pages: 112

House of Agnes (Modern Plays) by Levi David Addai



House of Agnes is the second play by Levi Addai, described as 'an attractive new talent' by the Independent after his 2005 debut 9. FM. The play is published as a programme text to coincide with the production by Paines Plough that opens at the Oval House, London in March 2008. After forty years of building a home in London, Agnes is retiring and moving back to Ghana. Her House of Agnes is the second play by Levi Addai, described as 'an attractive new talent' by the Independent after his 2005 debut 9.

After forty years of building a home in London, Agnes is retiring and moving back to Ghana. Her final wish is for her sons to live together under the same roof when she is gone.

Levi David Addai (born 2 August 1983) is a British playwright and screenwriter. He is best known for the award-winning Damilola, Our Loved Boy, the critically acclaimed Youngers and his stage plays 9. FM and Oxford Street. Addai was born in South London to Ghanaian parents. He studied at Brunel University. Addai wrote his first play, 9. FM, as part of the Royal Court Young Writers Programme.

House of Agnes" (Modern Plays) 1 copy. I Have a Dream (Collins Big Cat Drama) 1 copy. Combine/separate works. Levi David Addai is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Levi David Addai is composed of 1 name.

Drama, Conflict of generations, Ghanaians, Intergenerational relations, Mothers and sons, Working class.

Name Levi Addai Role Playwright. Books House of Agnes, I Have a Dream, 932FM, 93 2fm. Bbc writersroom levi david addai interview. Levi David Addai (born 2 August 1983) is a British playwright and screenwriter. He is best known for the award-winning Damilola, Our Loved Boy, the critically acclaimed Youngers and for his stage plays 9. FM as part of the Royal Court Young Writers Programme. It was performed at Royal Court Theatre in 2005, and then revived in 2006 before touring to Cardiff, Birmingham, Liverpool and Brighton.

Levi David Addai's tale of immigrant life in London shows off his abundant gifts but lacks substance. March 11 2008, 12:01am, The Times. Family, identity and masculine growing pains were prominent themes in 9. FM, the warm and winning debut play by Levi David Addai, which had its premiere at the Royal Court three years ago. This piece, commissioned by Paines Plough, displays disappointingly little development in the scope of the writer’s work, either thematically or dramatically.

Levi David Addai, After 40 years of building a home in London, Agnes is retiring and moving back to Ghana.

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FOR THE ROYAL COURT: 9. FM (& tour). OTHER THEATRE INCLUDES: House of Agnes (Paines Plough/Oval House). 9. FM was Levi’s first play, which was born out of the Critical Mass initiative run by the Royal Court Young Writers’ Programme. Levi also represented the Royal Court as part of The50 – a year long collaborative project between the Royal Court and the BBC Writersroom to aid the development of 50 emerging writers. A reading of Oxford Street took place at the Soho Theatre in April 2007 as part of Tiata Fahodzi’s 10th Birthday Festival. ROYAL COURT THEATRE Sloane Square.

House of Agnes is the second play by Levi Addai, described as 'an attractive new talent' by the Independent after his 2005 debut 93.2FM. The play is published as a programme text to coincide with the production by Paines Plough that opens at the Oval House, London in March 2008.

After forty years of building a home in London, Agnes is retiring and moving back to Ghana. Her final wish is for her sons to live together under the same roof when she is gone.

But her eldest, Sol, is living with a girlfriend Agnes loathes, and he won't move home until Agnes accepts her, and younger brother Caleb will do whatever it takes to inherit the house - except share it with Sol.

As her departure draws closer, tensions in Agnes' house rise to breaking point. Will she trust her twenty-first century boys and finally allow them to be men? Who will own the House of Agnes?