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BALL and Other Funny Stories About Cancer (Oberon Modern Plays)

by Brian Lobel

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 184943168X, Paperback)

A trilogy of works that subvert the expectations created by well-known stories of cancer survivors and cancer martyrs. Sometimes inappropriate, often salacious, and always funny, honest, and open, Brian Lobel's provocative plays have already been seen by thousands of international audiences.


(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:17 -0400)

Unexpected, quirky and provocative, BALL & Other Funny Stories About Cancer is a unique collection of performances about illness and the changing body over time. Documenting a trilogy of Brian Lobel's monologue performances from 2001-2011, this collection challenges the inspirational stories of survivors and martyrs that have come before, infusing the 'cancer story' with an urgency and humour which is sometimes inappropriate, often salacious and always, above all else, honest and open. Published together for the first time, this collection of performances goes beyond the chemotherapy to include reflections on politics, sexuality and gender, providing cancer - and cancer narratives - with a much-deserved kick in the ball(s).… (more)

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