Insightful. Can express the inner workings of a mind suffering from depression like no other
>>By Emma (Friday, 28 Mar 2003 13:57)
Kane writes the truth of life.
>>By MEGAN (Tuesday, 22 Apr 2003 10:22)
I THINK THAT PSYCHOSIS 4.48 IS ONE OF THE GREATEST PLAYS OF ALL TIME, IT HAS AFFECTED ME LIKE NO OTHER! i BELIEVE THAT KANE HAS A FAR GREATER UNDERSTANDING OF THE INNER WORKINGS OF THE HUMAN MIND THAN MOST PSYCHOLOGISTS SHE IS TRULY INSPIRING.
>>By KELLY (Wednesday, 14 May 2003 16:04)
Kane is by far my favorite modern playwright. She draws on the work of her predecessors to produce plays that far surpasses anything we've ever seen on stage. Her poetry creates worlds that people seldom enter, and it delves deep into the heart of them. My personal favorite of hers is Cleansed, which she apparently felt was her most uplifting play. It challenges director and actor alike to find a way to stage this monstrosity of a play. I find her later plays (Crave and 4.48) theatrically interesting, but also dangerous, in that it may be too easy for a company to simply recite the words, and that's not theater, it's recited poetry.
>>By Ben (Thursday, 26 Jun 2003 22:51)
SARAH KANE AND WHAT SHE WRITES ARE PERFECT IN EVERY WAY... SHE HAS AN ALARMING UNDERSTANDING OF EMOTION AND, DESPITE WHAT PEOPLE SAY, HAS A REAL GRIP ON THE WORLD...SHE WOKE THEATRE UP TO WHAT WAS GOING ON WITHOUT SACRIFICING HER ART..R.I.P A TRUE GENIUS...1971--1999
>>By Jay (Sunday, 13 Jul 2003 19:27)
Trying to write a paper on Kane's 4.48 Pshchosis and Crave to do with trauma...anyone have any useful links??????
>>By mebaroo (Thursday, 6 May 2004 18:38)
did she find the truth? Hope she did!
>>By softwind (Sunday, 30 May 2004 23:15)
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