Lear Diaries: The Story of the Royal National Theatre's Productions of Shakespeare's "Richard III" and "King Lear"

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In this account Brian Cox describes the rehearsals that created the National Theatre production of "King Lear". The company also embarked on a year-long world tour as diverse as Bucharest and Tokyo, Cairo and Paris. The author considers the shifting sands of the play's meaning in so many countries. Brian Cox has also written "Salem to Moscow" and in 1990 won the International Theatre Institute Award for services to theatre.

Lear Diaries: The Story of the Royal National Theatre's Productions of Shakespeare's "Richard III" and "King Lear" 1992, Methuen Publishing Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780413649706

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