Talk

By Michael Nathanson

Talk
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Talk is a funny, complex, and touching look at a friendship torn asunder by clashing views about the Middle East conflict, examining both the power of language and the nature of friendship.Winner of the 2010 CAA Carol Bolt Award


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Talk is a funny, complex, and touching look at a friendship torn asunder by clashing views about the Middle East conflict, examining both the power of language and the nature of friendship.Winner of the 2010 CAA Carol Bolt Award

Michael Nathanson

Michael Nathanson began his career acting on television at age thirteen. More recently, his focus has been on writing. As a playwright Michaelâ??s work has been seen in New York (LaMaMa Etc.), Dallas (Kitchen Dog Theatre), and at festivals across Canada. At home, Michael has written for Theatre Projects Manitoba (To Kill the Weatherman), CBC Radio (Past/Present), and the University of Winnipeg (City of Destiny, No Offense). In the past few years he also created and wrote two original, animated, fifty-episode internet-based series for Little Fox, Korea. As a director, credits include: Little Ease (West End Cultural Centre), Right For It (Voices From The West), To Kill the Weatherman, and The Resurrection of John Frum (Theatre Projects Manitoba). Michael is the artistic producer of Winnipeg Jewish Theatre and a member of the Playwrights Guild of Canada. Michael lives in Winnipeg and is married to Rebecca Brask, and has two glorious children, Zevi and Naomi.

Reviews

"Explosive… provocative… engaging… the dialogue is punchy and all too real." —Winnipeg Free Press

"Riveting… a dynamite play… a balanced, moving, and thought-provoking production…. it illustrates Nathanson's ear for dialogue and playwriting skill." —Jewish Post & News

"(A) provocative production… with humour, complexity, and tenderness." —Jewish Tribune (Toronto)

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