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Biography

Nigel Gearing has had work performed in the UK, Europe and the USA. He has also written extensively for BBC Radio and for the cinema. Nigel has also collaborated on a number of film-scenarios, most notably Ascendancy (dir. Bennett, 1981) and Intimacy (dir. Chéreau, 2001), both of which won Best Film at the Berlin Film Festival. Theatre work most recently produced includes a stage adaptation of Le Grand Meaulnes and French translations of Edward II and The Duchess Of Malfi.

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Blue Heart Afternoon
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Blue Heart Afternoon

Nigel Gearing
 
Hollywood, 1951... the House of Un-American Activities Committee is closing in on studios and celebrities alike. Two legendary talents – a world-famous German movie-star and an Oscar-winning Jewish songwriter – meet up to discuss the project which could make or break their faltering careers.

This new light hearted comedy is about innocence and experience, integrity and fame, loyalty and betrayal.



Cast : 2M, 2F
Oberon Books, UK | 978-1-84943-139-2 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB
Gearing: Plays
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Gearing: Plays

Janis in the Chelsea / Elgar's Tenth Muse / Meeting Mr Wilde

Nigel Gearing
 
Is public adulation always accompanied by private disappointment? Is creative fulfilment necessarily at odds with personal happiness? What is the price of fame? In these three biographical scenarios—about Janis Joplin, Edward Elgar and Oscar Wilde repectively—Nigel Gearing explores the often droll disparity between the satisfying structures we call Art and the infinitely more messy ‘rag-and-bone shop of the heart’.




Oberon Books | 978-1-84002-161-5 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB