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The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice

Jim Cartwright is a British playwright with a command for the vernacular on par with Dylan Thomas or Tennessee Williams. In his 1992 play, The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, set in a ghetto in Lancashire, Cartwright uses the distinct dialect to set place and tone, and define the characters. It’s a tricky accent, […]


Jim Cartwright is one of Britain’s most prolific and well-known playwrights, and his play, Two, is one of the most well produced plays across the UK and Europe. Two has been done in several languages all over the world. Cartwright is quite insightful, and a beautiful creator of characters. The play has been localised with […]