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David Pownall FRSL (born 19 May 1938) is an award-winning British playwright and prolific radio dramatist performed internationally, and novelist translated . The Dream of Chief Crazy Horse (1973, play for children; pub. London: Faber and Faber, 1975).
The Dream of Chief Crazy Horse (1973, play for children; pub. Elgar’s Rondo (1993, pub. in The Composer Plays, London: Oberon Books, 1993). Elgar’s Third (1994, BBC Radio 3 radio play; pub. in The Composer Plays, London: Oberon, 1993). Flos (1982) Radio Play published in Radio Plays: Oberon (Modern Playwrights) by David Pownall (Paperback – 21 May 1998).
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Contributor: David Pownall. Biography: David Pownall was born in Liverpool and he is a graduate of Keele University. Imprint: Oberon Books Ltd. ISBN13: 9781840020755. He was dramatist in residence with the Century and Duke's Playhouse, Lancaster and co-founder of Paines Plough Theatre Company with John Adams. His ormed plays include Music to Murder By, An Audience Called Edouard, Beef, Livingstone an Sechele and Master Class. Her most recent new play was Getting the Picture at The Lyric, Belfast.
This is an epic play written to be performed by children. Other books in this category. It covers ten thousand years in the history of the American Indians and the European colonists who began to settle in the Americas in the 16th century, and its stage takes in Peru, Mexico, North America and the great rivers. It supplements history and geography lessons in a vivid and fascinating way and explores the American Indian's place in popular culture.
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The Dream of Chief Crazy Horse. A collection of scripts from some of David Pownall's acclaimed plays written about composers and their lives, works and struggles as artists in conflict. This epic play children covers ten thousand years in the history of the American Indians and the European colonists who began to settle in the Americas in the 16th century. Sound Theatre is an expert guide to the art of writing drama for the radio. This book is sure to become the essential handbook for anyone wishing to write for a listening audience.
National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist. Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Best History. A fascinating portrait of the great and mysterious Sioux war chief and of the pivotal era in hour history in which he lived and died. Nothing short of a masterpiece. Complex and compelling, lurid and lyrical, tragic and transcendent from start to finish. is not only an accomplished digger of facts but someone who understands that in matters of war and politics there are very few good-or bad-guys. St. Petersburg Times A compelling look into the politics and prejudices that shaped the er. .