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Martin Amis's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates
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It is 2045. Following a nuclear war, the human race faces extinction. the only survivor will be a man with a very interesting story to tell: a story involving the dawn of man; the demise of the dinosaurs; the battle of agincourt; an elephant named Babalaya and lots of booze. He swears he is immortal, and that only he knows the truth, but can he really be what he says he is?
In 1988, Acclaimed English Author Martin Amis published A book of short stories called einstein's Monsters. He was very worried About the threat of nuclear war And feared that the increasing Cold War tension would result in the destruction of the entire planet due to unchecked technological development And ideological intransigence. One of the stories in the book was called "the Immortals" And was A first-person narrative from the point of view of the world's only Immortal--a character who found himself stranded on planet earth At the dawn of time, watched interested As intelligent life slowly developed And then watched helplessly As the human population did everything it could to wreck the world it had been given. And he is grumpy About it, quite frankly. In 1992, Wellington theatrician And Amis-fan, Dan Slevin borrowed einstein's Monsters from Wellington Public Library. He immediately (and to be honest, uniquely) saw the potential in the story As A Dramatic monologue And pitched the idea to friends And colleagues. Two years later, for the princely sum of £100, the rights were secured from Mr. Amis' Agent At the time And Dan produced And directed the Immortals for the 1994 Wellington Fringe Festival. Donald Holder played the Immortal And the show was received well-enough to be Awarded A Pick of the Fringe prize And An extended season.
Wellington Fringe Festival, NZ 1994
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