[DWJ] Convention panel

Ehsan Roudiani es at historicalfact.com
Tue Apr 26 13:43:06 EDT 2011


I saw both of them - they cut that part of it out completely. It  
worked though - they just lost that whole subplot.


On 26 Apr 2011, at 18:36, Eleanor Joslin wrote:

> It was actually two plays, each covering about one and a half  
> books.  I imagine Mary Malone was only in the second one, but I only  
> saw the first one, so I don't know.
>
> I saw it in March 2005, which I remember because it was the day the  
> vendor of my flat accepted my offer to buy it.  I did one of the  
> crucial phone calls from the river bank outside the National Theatre.
>
> 	Eleanor
>
> On 26/04/11 16:22, Ehsan Roudiani wrote:
>>
>> It was an awesome play too. They didn't do much of the third book -
>> nothing with Mary Malone. The daemons were people with puppets on
>> sticks, and so well done you stopped seeing the puppeteers about 20
>> minutes in. It was done by the same company that did Michael  
>> Morpurgo's
>> War Horse, which is also awesome and on at the minute.
>>
>> Ehsan.
>>
>>
>> On 26 Apr 2011, at 16:12, Ellen Willcox wrote:
>>
>>> Wait - there was a play of His Dark Materials in London? Why does  
>>> England
>>> have everything awesome that we do not?! :P
>>>
>>> - Ni
>>
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