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Thought provoking and funny. Fairy Powered Productions. It's sharp, and often funny, teasing and important. His rooms are as chaotic as he is and he confuses a visiting BBC interviewer, Humphrey Carpenter, John Wark wringing the pathos out of inconsequential bit-part actor, Donald , with his blow job date. I was at Keble. He just wants reassurance, a friendly face.
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Auden, desperate to get stuck into something new, thinks his old friend wants him to write his libretto. Yelland is exemplary both as the reserved, professional Henry and the arid, earnest Britten, his face barely revealing inner conflict, all emotions firmly buttoned up. As Henry there are odd lines that suggest his own struggle for success but his repressed Britten is crippled by his sexuality and upbringing. He does everything to get a bigger share of the limelight.https://nachemilnuefi.tk/salas-de-chat.php
The Habit of Art
Writer Neil Robert Mountford is tearing his hair out as the cast cut and change his scenes. Fitz questions Neil about whether the great poet would have talked so coarsely. He knows his place even if Stuart does have dreams that extend beyond going down on his knees. We are elevated by an insight into the lives of both Auden and Britten, fascinated by the shambolic rehearsal process that sees the cast parry and find their voices, and surprised by the nuggets of real life that drop into the dialogue.
All deserve mention, space allows only: Matthew Kelly and David Yelland brilliantly essentialise Auden and Britten; Veronica Roberts, as the stage manager, is the strong pivot around which all is balanced. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Topics Theatre The Observer. Alan Bennett reviews.
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