'Well-loved' older actors to improvise National Theatre play

'Well-loved' older actors to improvise National Theatre play
 

The National Theatre is to stage an improvised play with a cast of "well loved" actors who are all aged in their 70s and 80s.
The theatre's artistic director Rufus Norris described the work - Lost Without Words - as a "theatrical experiment".
He said the play would explore what happens when a group of older actors is put on stage without a script.
It will open at the Dorfman Theatre in March 2017.
'Moving and hilarious' The cast has not yet been announced but Norris said they would be "well-loved and well-respected rather than marquee names".
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11 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 43
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