The Necessary Theatre

The Necessary Theatre

Sir Peter Hall is one of the best-known names in British theatre. This book provides a controversial distillation of Hall's current thinking about the theatre in which he has lived his whole life.

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ISBN 9781854594020
Pages 68 pages
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