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Ode to Joy by Craig Lucas
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Ode to Joy

by Craig Lucas

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0822231735, Paperback)

"Irresistible . . . intoxicating. . . . Enduringly original sensibility."—New York Times

Adele is a painter and an addict. Through her eyes, we meet her two lovers, Mala and Bill, and follow her destructive relationships over the course of fourteen years. A vulnerable exploration of the interplay between art, love, and addiction, Ode to Joy is an affecting new drama from respected playwright Craig Lucas.

Renowned playwright Craig Lucas's newest work is a sensitive look at illness, addiction, and love.

Craig Lucas's plays include Missing Persons, Reckless, Blue Window, Prelude to a Kiss, God's Heart, The Dying Gaul, Stranger, Small Tragedy, Prayer for My Enemy, The Singing Forest, and the book for the The Light in the Piazza (music and lyrics by Adam Guettel).

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