More Than Two by Gary Young
  

Synopsis

More Than Two by Gary Young

We've all heard of a school of fish and a pod of whales-but have you heard of a battery of barracudas, a myth of mermaids or a tangle of octopi? This is a counting book about names, the special names that are given to things when there are MORE THAN TWO of them. These names are called collectives , but really it just means a lot of the same thing gathered together like a family. How many new names can you create? Gary Young is an award winning director and writer, whose love of theatre has lead him to create this charming collection.

About the Author

Author Gary Young is an award-winning director and writer, whose love of theatre has led him to create this charming collection. He is the author of More Than Two. Gary wrote and directed the new musical Sideshow Alley, at the Playhouse QPAC, to critical acclaim. Gary won a theatre award for his direction. He was associate director for the production of Mamma Mia, and director for Carousel starring David Campbell for The Production Company at the State Theatre, Funny Girl with Caroline O'Conner, Call Me Madam starring Geraldine Turner, Mame starring Rhonda Burchmore, and recently The Boyfriend. He has had a varied career as performer, writer and director and has worked all over the world in theatre, cabaret and television with the Mo Award winning Ritz Company.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Gary Young
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Publication date

1st May 2014

ISBN

9781742575391


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