In-Between Two Worlds


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Peter Brook's ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’

Quite by chance whilst driving to a meeting, I heard this broadcast – a reunion of the lead actors and Peter Brook from his acclaimed 1970 production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It was clear that the actors, including Sir Ben Kingsley who participated in the production, were deeply affected by the experience.

Peter Brook’s own words are very telling – that any real experience is not just in the memory but remains in the present. Recommended!

Available on the i-player for 30 days from May 8th 2015


For Storytelling-See what's on

Marionette Theatre – an article titled:

Kleist on Puppets,is in the Books section.

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