Reasons To Be Pretty

By: Neil LaBute

Catalogue Number: S68-63RE

Reasons To Be Pretty

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Faber & Faber
  • ISBN: 9780571280698
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Greg is overheard admitting that his girlfriend Steph is no beauty, but that he wouldn't change her for the world. She is devastated; he can't see what he's done wrong. Meanwhile, Greg's friend Kent alternates between boasting about how gorgeous his wife Carly is and chasing after a hot new colleague. The final part of Neil LaBute's 'beauty trilogy' (following The Shape of Things and Fat Pig ) about society's obsession with looks, Reasons to Be Pretty premiered in the UK at the Almeida Theatre, London, in November 2011. [ The Shape of Things ] is LaBute's thesis on extreme feminine wiles, as well as a disquisition on how far an artist can go in the name of art ...Like a chiropractor for the soul, LaBute is looking for realignment, listening for the crack. ( Elle ). A heart-warming tale from America's master misanthrope. ( Independent on Fat Pig ).

Author's Biography

Neil LaBute was born in 1963 in Detroit, Michigan. He is the writerdirector of the films In the Company of Men and Your Friends and Neighbors, and author of stage-plays including Bash, The Shape of Things (which he also adapted for the screen) and The Mercy Seat. He has also directed the feature films Nurse Betty, Possession (adapted from the novel by A. S. Byatt) and the 2006 remake of The Wicker Man.

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