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'A Good Play Puts The Audience Through A Certain Ordeal': Playwright Howard Barker
"I don't like sympathetic characters. Theatre should be a taxing experience: the greatest achievement of a writer is to produce a character who creates anxiety." The Guardian (UK) 10/01/12
Posted October 3, 2012 12:38 AM




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