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Hall, Peter

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Peter Hall was instrumental in the creation of Royal Shakespeare Company in 1961. His renowned work as a director is characterised by attention to detail, meticulous verse speaking, and strong design.

Peter Hall on Greek theatre and his own mask practice. He discusses his theories of Greek drama, including the use of the Chorus, Phallus, and the nature of tragedy and comedy.
Peter Hall discusses the West End theatre of the 1950s, antipathy towards the RSC coming to London to perform, and the staging of the first English production of Waiting for Godot and its aftermath.
Tim Crouch was an actor for many years before starting to write, and he still performs in many of his own plays. Often written for younger audiences, he tours his work nationally and internationally.

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