Dmitry Krymov's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates
Buy Plays with Doollee
Each page of doollee.com has links to play/book outlets, either directly to the Publisher, through Stageplays.com and Amazon to the second hand and 1st editions of AbeBooks. These links will automatically take you to the relevant area obviating the need for further search.
whether you are a Playwright who wishes to make their entry definitive, an unlisted Playwright or a User with a tale to tell - we want to hear from you.
download WORD submission template
This bewitching, genre-blending performance pitches you headlong into a world in which objects, sounds and people can change in the blink of an eye. Progressing from a lyrical and starkly beautiful requiem for the Jews of Eastern Europe to an hallucinogenic exploration of the tortured life and career of the Soviet-era composer Dmitri Shostakovich, Opus No. 7s ensemble of performers use simple materials and extraordinary skill to explore an elusive and frightening past. Featuring original music by Alexander Bakshi alongside Shostakovichs harrowing Piano Trio No. 2 and his epic Seventh Symphony, Opus No. 7 is a theatrical explosion of invention that includes larger-than- life puppets, duelling pianos, living walls and blizzards of newsprint.
If Publisher (above) is underlined then the play may be purchased by direct click from the Publisher, otherwise (below) are AbeBooks for secondhand, signed & 1st eds and other Booksellers for new copies