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Noodles for Shakespeare: Pygmalion Down Under by [Cenarth Fox]

Noodles for Shakespeare: Pygmalion Down Under Kindle Edition

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Length: 160 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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This novel is based on the play Shakespeare in Saigon by Cenarth Fox.

This play is fresh and new and of today. An absolutely charming, funny and thoughtful piece that really makes you feel a lot better after seeing it. Curtain Up
Cenarth Fox’s plays are exceptional works. Beautifully written, an unusual and moving love story with Shakespeare as matchmaker. Brian Amos
A delightful and touching piece of theatre which would be ideal for somewhere like Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre in Neutral Bay. John Bell—Bell Shakespeare
This play is among the very best of Cenarth Fox’s writing. The overall impression was one of delight, and this play should be seen far and wide ... world-wide. David Small
Please go and see it. It is terrific and it does hit home. It’s really worth it. Peter Kemp
This play is one out of the box. From start to finish the story engaged the audience in a fascinating gamut of emotions and provided much food for thought. Absolutely not to be missed. Marie Ryan
The process of David teaching Thanh to speak English using the words of the Bard is cleverly written, and at times most humorous. Cheryl Threadgold
5 stars. This is an exceptional piece of theatre which makes you laugh, and cry. There is wonderful use of language, humour and pathos throughout the play. Don't miss it. Joan Amos

--This text refers to the paperback edition.

About the Author

Cenarth is a Welsh name pronounced Kenarth. For ABC Radio he wrote The Invisible Radio Show, The Story of Jazz, The Elements of Music and The History of Rock 'n Roll. He has created dozens of plays and musicals with performances in some 50 countries. His interest in Sherlock Holmes involves writing three plays (all of which have been recorded as radio plays), five children's books, and presenting his one-man show G'day Sherlock to some 20,000 people. His one-woman play about the private life of Charles Dickens - Aunt Georgy - played to outstanding reviews and has since been filmed. He wrote and performed the play Saucy Pat, the life and times of Patrick Bronte, father of the famous writers. His novel Cassocked Savage is based on that play. His latest stage shows include Stage Mothers, about mothers who place their toddler in talent quests, and a play about obesity, Death By Eating. His novels include the theatrical thriller, A Plum Job, the life of Patrick Bronte in Cassocked Savage, and the medical thriller Tricky Conscience. His work can be found on-line at --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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