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Publisher Description

★★★★★ Gold Winner IBPA Benjamin Franklin Digital Gold Award ★★★★★



COLOURS is an absurd tragicomedy for six characters. The play engages the audience on a fool’s odyssey as he battles to make sense of a new world upon surviving an apocalyptic catastrophe, in search of a bathtub. A Peculiar Commentary on the Human Condition Facing the Perplexities of Modernity



Each page is designed as a work of art, carefully crafted through composition and typography to animate ideas on paper. "The book is entirely and intentionally composed of a mixture of real and imaginary words.” Its uniqueness lays in the intricate and surprising ploy of language: twisted, invented, pun intended. COLOURS bridges philosophy and absurdity in a judiciously dynamic way. 


▲ CAUTION Read Outside the Box



⦿ TURN ON AUDIO BUTTON on your upper right hand side to hear the author's narration accompanying the book



"The outrageous misuse of language, wildly changing fonts and outlandish layout made an incredible visual impact, to go along with the aural impact of the author's and actor's reading.” -IBPA Benjamin Franklin Gold Award Review



"COLOURS seems intended to break all conventions (of language and genre), which it does – thoroughly shatters them, in fact.” -IBPA Benjamin Franklin Gold Award Review



"A small masterpiece” -Ruth Resnikoff, Former Director of Play Readings, Mosaic Theater



"Delightful, intriguing, insightful, hilarious, and unsettling” -David Livingstone Smith, Author  



“Better than Ionesco” - Jorge Guerra, Former Dean of Theater, New World School of the Arts



► TO LICENSE THE PLAY Please contact the author Natasha Tsakos at info@NatashaTsakos.com

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2014
October 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
62
Pages
PUBLISHER
Natasha Tsakos
SELLER
NTiD
SIZE
43.3
MB

Customer Reviews

KarenandEd ,

EPICONIC!

Beautiful illustrations, innovatory writing and an ingenious performance (audiobook). Natasha's prodigious creative talents all seem to merge in this work. In addition to being theatrical, whimsical, eccentric, original AND entertaining, it is an aesthetic and dramatic book. I LOVE the audio and the visual together. It's a worthy adventure.