Sam Shepard

NOUN
  1. United States author of surrealistic allegorical plays (born in 1943)
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  • Bookshop rummaging this afternoon, ended up with the exchange of $4.50 for a dog-eared tatty copy of Motel Chronicles & Hawk Moon by Sam Shepard.
  • Chaikin is perhaps best known for his lucid productions of Beckett's plays and collaborations with Sam Shepard.
  • My own opinion was best summed up by the woman with whom I saw the play, a staunchly liberal, theatrically savvy playgoer who, like me, admires Sam Shepard greatly.
  • Sam Shepard's three-hour epic, like much of his work, focuses on unhealed wounds and frayed male bonding.
  • Paul, egged on by his increasingly unstable wife, gets access to privileged information, (HIPPA not withstanding) about illegal transplant tours in Juarez Mexico through Harrison (Sam Shepard), a feisty old son of a bitch running for office as Governor of New Mexico. Nancy Scheper-Hughes: Take a Deep Breath (Inhale): Organ Panics
  • With the focus on sweaty, aggressive male energy, we are in Sam Shepard land, and the twitchy dialogue is reminiscent of David Mamet, with similar themes of truth, memory and guilt.
  • The night before I was to travel home for Christmas, she gave me Sam Shepard's musings in The Motel Chronicles over a green chartreuse at Vesuvio's.
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