Samuel French, Inc., 1982 - 95 pagine
One fateful night in a small English regional theatre during World War II, a troupe of touring actors stage a production of Shakespeare's "King Lear." Bombs are falling, sirens are wailing, the curtain is up in an hour but the actor/manager "Sir" who is playing Lear is nowhere to be seen. His dresser "Norman" must scramble to keep the production alive but will Sir turn up in time? And if he does, will he be able to perform that night?
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Richmond Theatre, prior to West End run - Not sure how successful it'll be in Central but it's a fine play, although it does make me want to just want to see Ken Stott perform Lear in full. Leggi recensione completa