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Peter Nigel Bruce Kay


Nationality:    Irish
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author of 7,593 poems since 1965 inclusive, many published in three books, namely: Over By The River (1988);Lover To The Ocean (2003) and Dresden( 13 February 1995). Winner of many poetry prizes, Irish and international. Play entitled The 'O Live' Tree written entirely in 1989, performed to large audiences at The Universal House Of Justice, Haifa, Israel (1993) and Edinburgh University (1994). a play largely written in verse featuring a dialogue between five characters, who may be male or female in any role and these characters are: Mind, Body, Soul, Heart and announcer (who roughly corresponds to the faculty of intuition).

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'O Live' Tree, The

'O Live' Tree, The

The play involves interaction between Mind, Body, Heart, Soul and announcer (the faculty of intuition) and in an often humorous but rarely tragic interchange, the author attempts to elucidate a wide range of spiritual and psychological truths. The play is largely written in rhyme.


1st Produced:
The Universal House Of Justice, Haifa, Israel    1993

Baha'i World Centre and Edinburgh University Theatre Group

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  5 parts all of which may be m/f

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