I Interview Playwrights Part 921: James Bartelle
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Dumped by his girlfriend and abandoned by his friends, Jan finds himself on the streets, a witness to the extraordinary, terrible events unfolding in the city around him - events for which he starts to consider himself responsible.Another rehearsed reading for the German season that would deserve a full production, if only for its wide appeal - I have no trouble imagining it a hit with young and non-theatrical audiences; it is a confident play, funny and fast and defying, if a bit hollow, and a bit too reminescent of Fight Club hipter cynism.
Heaven or Hell, Calais or Dover. Wannabe Bohemian. More Marwood Than Withnail. Failed Filmmaker. Permant(ly Failed) Student. Training in Russian Melancholy. Fringe Vagabond. Moleskine Notebook Addict. Londoner By Sheer Willforce.