Synopses & Reviews
First published as a trilogy in 1986, The Power Plays contain Gossip (1977), Filthy Rich (1979), and The Art of War (1983). Completely revised and updated for this new Talonbooks edition, these three plays showcase both the development and the culmination of Walkers engagement with the film noir style.
"Walker has an eye for the ridiculous and an imagination that packs his plays with action."
New York Times
Contains Gossip (1977), Filthy Rich (1979) and The Art of War (1983), three plays that showcase Walkers film noir style.
About the Author
George F. Walker
George F. Walker is one of Canadas most prolific and widely produced playwrights. His work has been honoured with eight Chalmers Awards and five Dora Awards. His plays Criminals in Love and Nothing Sacred each won Governor Generals Awards for Drama. In 1999 Talonbooks released The East End Plays: Part One (which includes Criminals in Love, the Chalmers Award-winning Better Living, and Escape from Happiness) and The Power Plays (a collection containing Gossip, Filthy Rich, and The Art of War).
Table of Contents
Gossip -- Filthy rich -- The art of war.