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‘Everything in his plays is stripped down to it’s minimum, and yet his thematic and emotional reach is so vast. His later plays have an extraordinary intimacy.’

Lucy Flannery speaks with Catherine O’Flynn about fallow and active creative phases, the terror and euphoria of live theatre, working collaboratively with other writers and adapting and extending Wodehouse and Austen.

‘In Tennessee Williams we meet contradictory, faulty, self-destructive, or self-deluding characters, full of dreams and yearning. What a great cocktail for a drama. ‘
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