TheatreVoice: Critics Discuss Rose & Royal CourtDate: 10 April 2007
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In this programme broadcast on Whatsonstage.com, David Benedict (London correspondent for Variety) talks to Kate Bassett (Independent on Sunday), Dominic Cavendish (Daily Telegraph) and Whatsonstage.com’s own Michael Coveney about the National Theatre’s revival of Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo, starring Zoe Wanamaker and directed by the late Steven Pimlott, and the National Theatre of Scotland’s premiere of Anthony Neilson’s The Wonderful World of Dissocia, now at the Royal Court. To LISTEN NOW, click on the > play button to the left of the bar below.
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On this TheatreVoice programme, the critics also discuss the changing artistic regime at the Royal Court, now under the directorship of Dominic Cooke and two-time Olivier Award-winning lighting designer Paule Constable (His Dark Materials, Don Carlos), whose recent credits include Attempts on Her Life at the National, drops in for a chat.
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