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- DescriptionDuring the First World War, seventeen-year-old Elsie Wright fools the world into believing she has photographed fairies in her garden. An ambitious young reporter seeks to expose Elsie as a fraud. But as she looks at the facts, she begins to think there's more to Elsie's story than a simple hoax.
- Author BiographySilva Semerciyan is an American playwright permanently settled in the UK. She won the William Saroyan Prize for Playwriting for her first full-length play, <i>Another Man s Son</i>, which was subsequently developed under commission to the National Theatre. Her other plays include <i>The Light Burns Blue</i> (Tonic Theatre, 2015), <i>I and the Village</i> (Theatre503, 2015), <i>The Window</i> (Bristol Old Vic, 2014), <i>The Tinderbox</i> (Bristol Old Vic, 2014), <i>Gather Ye Rosebuds</i> (Theatre503, 2013) and <i>Flashes</i> (Young Vic, 2012). Her work has also been presented in readings and short-run productions by the National Theatre Studio, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Nightingale Theatre, Adrienne Theatre, LA Theatre Company and Golden Thread Productions. <i>I and the Village</i> was shortlisted for the Bruntwood Prize in 2011, and <i>Gather Ye Rosebuds</i> won Best New Play at the Brighton Fringe Festival in 2013. Her radio play <i>Varanasi</i> was shortlisted for a BBC Audio Drama Award. She has been a BBC Fellow at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre, a member of the Royal Court s Studio Writers Group, and a writer on attachment at the National Theatre Studio. She holds an MPhil (B) in Playwriting from the University of Birmingham.
- Author(s)Silva Semerciyan
- PublisherNick Hern Books
- Date of Publication10/06/2015
- SubjectLiterary Criticism
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintNick Hern Books
- Weight141 g
- Width127 mm
- Height196 mm
- Spine5 mm
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