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8 thoughts on “The Club

  1. says:

    Backroom Shennanigans29 June 2018 – Coffs Harbour I’ve heard of this play but I’ve never got around to actually reading one of Williamson’s plays Basically he is uite a famous Australian playwright In fact he is the only Australian playwright that I can name and probably the only Australian playwright of which I would actually go and see one of his plays particularly this one especially now that I’ve read it an

  2. says:

    I was honestly surprised that I liked this Williamson doesn't really do it for me on the whole he's too unsubtle but his early play

  3. says:

    This was on my Year 11 reading list then we went to see the play brilliant I can vividly remember sitting on a train reading this and being unable to stop laughing out loud that tears formed in my eyes at the bond

  4. says:

    Classic Williamson A great send up of Australia's sporting obsession Must be based on Collingwood

  5. says:

    Like many plays that you read without seeing performed The Club unfortunately seems a little flat on the page but would most definitely make for a fascinating production when brought to life While the sport of AFL has moved on in popularity and grandeur it is incredible how apt these themes remain A very interesting read

  6. says:

    Like Don's Party The Club takes a bunch of seemingly disparate characters whips them into a frenzy of two faced interactions and surveys the wreckage before the play's closing Great one liners abound though none vie for the crown held by the 'G'day cunt features' line of Don's Party

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    isbnoriginal

  8. says:

    Loved it Then again it was about football so that was to be expected

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The Club

The Club is about the hangers on the end of loyalty the coming of professionalism big business and massive transfer fees It's about each and every club in the League and about soccer rugby and baseball too writes the Melbourne Sun's football c. I was honestly surprised that I liked this Williamson doesn t really do it for me on the whole he s too unsubtle but his early plays I find I like a lot than his later ones I d avoided The Club because Jesus sport but I found myself in the position of needing to read it for work It is unsubtle but that s part of its charm I found the single setting hearkening to ancient tragedy very interesting and I did manage to find a universal fellow feeling for some of the characters none are overly likeable but then none are meant to be It s clear that this is a play about sport written for the theatregoer just as the film of this play is clearly created for a wider audience happy ending player cameos and all I would go to see this if it were performed nearby because it is uite compelling and I found myself enjoying it despite myself Better than expected

Characters The Club

Ever belonged to a sports club if you have ever been part of any organisation in which the will to win prevails and the trial of strength goes on in the clubroom long after the players have left the field then you will know the men of The Clu. Like Don s Party The Club takes a bunch of seemingly disparate characters whips them into a frenzy of two faced interactions and surveys the wreckage before the play s closing Great one liners abound though none vie for the crown held by the G day cunt features line of Don s Party

Summary ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ✓ David Williamson

Ommentator Lou Richards himself a former Aussie Rules champion who has seen it all He and fellow fanatic Professor Ian Turner of Monash University introduce David Williamson's latest probe into the confrontations of Australian life If you have. Classic Williamson A great send up of Australia s sporting obsession Must be based on Collingwood

  • Paperback
  • 88
  • The Club
  • David Williamson
  • English
  • 15 October 2019
  • 9780868190136

About the Author: David Williamson

David Williamson AO gained a Bachelor of Engineering at Monash University in 1965 before briefly working as a design engineer at General Motors Holden and in 1966 he began lecturing in thermodynamics and social psychology at Swinburne Technical CollegeMr Williamson began writing and performing plays in 1968 with La Mama Theatre CompanyThe Removalists and Don's Party established him as Australia'