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visión de conjunto:Reseña del editor The first collection of plays of one of Scotland's best-known contemporary dramatistsEUROPE is set in a railway station at an unnamed border town where old and new Europeans weave a tale of love loss and longing. Fierce compassionate mightily ambitious drama...there is the sharp analytic intelligence the crackling inventiveness of a real writer buzzing about this gripping play ScotsmanTHE ARCHITECT charts the rise and fall of Leo Black once an idealistic and idolised designer whose magnificent visions are now crumbling along with his family in the light of grubby reality. Provides convincing evidence of David Greig's confident transition from a dramatist of promise to one of stature Independent.Lyrical soulful and darkly funny THE COSMONAUT'S LAST MESSAGE weaves together the stories of a fraught Scottish couple whose TV is on the blink a Norwegian UN peace negotiator a young prostitute a French UFO researcher a pregnant police woman and two forgotten Cosmonauts who sadly orbit the planet.The most important playwright to have emerged north of the border in years Scotsman Biografía del autor David Greig is a Scottish playwright and director known for his ambitious and intricately structured works. In 1990 he became a co-founder of the Suspect Culture Theatre Company in Glasgow. His plays include The Architect The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union Outlying Islands The American Pilot and Damascus. Grieg is best know for Dunsinane a 'sequel' to Macbeth which was hailed as an instant classic when first seen in an RSC production at London's Hampstead Theatre. Grieg has also created English versions of plays by Strindberg Euripides and others as well as the adaptations Herge's Adventures of Tintin and Peter Pan.