Peter Behrens's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates
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an arresting theatrical experience, a Terrible Beauty is based on Peter Behrens's debut novel the Law of Dreams. Featuring Behrens as narrator, this powerful story of a young man's HomEric passage from innocence to experience during the Irish Famine of 1847 is a unique fusion of literature, music, storytelling, theater and imagery. the presentation combines Behrens's narration, Paul Sullivan on piano, the young prodigy soprano Rose Upton singing emigrant ballads and songs, and an actor portraying the book's protagonist, set against a back drop of striking visual imagery inspired by the Famine.
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