Caryl Churchill | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Matt Wolf

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Caryl Churchill.
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Critical Review by Matt Wolf

SOURCE: Wolf, Matt. “True Blue and Dreamy.” American Theatre 16, no. 2 (February 1999): 51–53.

In the following review of Blue Heart, a double-bill of Churchill's one-act plays Heart's Desire and Blue Kettle, Wolf highly commends Churchill's ingenuity as a writer and her vision as a playwright.

I can't speak,” goes the opening line of Blue Kettle, the Caryl Churchill one-act that forms the second half of her extraordinary double-bill, Blue Heart. But as the 1997 plays (the opening one is called Heart's Desire) arrive this month at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in their original Out of Joint production directed by Max Stafford-Clark, perhaps it's time once more to pay tribute to a playwright—60 this year—who in her own quiet way continues to speak volumes...

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