Don DeLillo, The Word for Snow

Unpublished DeLillo play to premiere in London
Don DeLillo. Photograph: Isaac Hernandez
Alison Flood (The Guardian): 'Originally commissioned by US theatre company Steppenwolf in 2007, the play is DeLillo's response to climate change and tells of an Earth where the physical world is disappearing, with only the words describing that world left in their place. The title is drawn from a question asked during the play: "Are you saying children will build a snowman with the word for snow?" The play, which will show at the London literature festival from 10-12 July, will be directed by Jack McNamara of new company Future Ruins, complete with music, video and projections.' [Read More]

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