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Trevor Nunn Stages Beckett Radio Play On West End - As Radio Play
"The actors carry scripts; props and gestures are kept to a minimum; and there are microphones hanging from the ceiling to simulate a 1950s studio. Nunn calls it a 'visualised radio play', and the conceit is that the audience are eavesdroppers at a studio recording." (Why not just act it out on stage? The Beckett estate, of course.) The Guardian (UK) 11/07/12
Posted November 9, 2012 12:46 AM




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