Cloud Nine Paperback – 1995
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For those of you who are familiar whith Brechtian practices this is a very good source. However, if you are not into the study of performance this might not be the book for you. Read morePublished on March 20 2002
This play is an interesting approach to the question of morality in the 'modern' age. It contrasts two worlds, one of moral certainty in a Victorian colonial home, and one of... Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2002 by Rob Derida
Cloud Nine is an amazing play, a break-through drama in its time. Churchill plays fast and loose with the decades in her deconstruction of the glacial change of gender typing from... Read morePublished on March 11 2000 by Keith Fowler
Caryl Churchill's "Cloud Nine" is an okay book. It has some parts that are a little bit offensive, but most of the stuff I have heard before. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 1999
"Cloud 9" presents problems and situations that are often not discussed. Such situations are gays, incest, and women's rights. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 1999
The story was extremely different than any other book that I have ever read. There were so many issues brought up in this story, but there were no opinions shared with these... Read morePublished on Oct. 15 1999
This play is a shocking, in-depth look at the way Caryl Churchill describes homosexuality, women's issues, racism, and incest. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 1999
Caryl Churchill does an excellent job in her play "Cloud 9" of demonstrating the unhappiness associated with being immoral. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 1999
This a play that was written to make people feel uncomfortable, and conote one's feelings on issues of sexual orientation. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 1999