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REVIEW OF ALL THAT FALL/CATASTROPHE , DIRECTED BY WILLIAM GASKILL AT RADA

REVIEW OF ALL THAT FALL/CATASTROPHE , DIRECTED BY WILLIAM GASKILL AT RADA PRODUCTION REVIEW Bill Gaskill was a seminal figure in the artistic development of the Royal Court Theatre from 1965 to 1972, before becoming associate director to Laurence Olivier at the National Theatre and founderdirector of Joint Stock. He returned to the Royal Court five years ago to stage Come and Go with Deborah Findlay, Joan Plowright and Vanessa Redgrave as part of the celebration of Jocelyn Herbert’s life. It was a memorable occasion, with fine performances from the stellar cast in off-the-peg costumes borrowed for the occasion from the National Theatre property department. Bill commented that, no doubt, Jocelyn would have hated them, but I am sure she would have enjoyed the production, the best I have ever seen of this dramaticule. The staging of All That Fall with a cast of actors in their final year at RADA was also something of an event. Beckett had allowed Robert Pinget’s 1963 adaptation to be filmed for French television but he did not care for the results, and when Kenneth Tynan, as literary manager for the National Theatre, asked for permission to put the play on stage at the end of the decade, Beckett refused, saying it was written http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Beckett Studies Edinburgh University Press

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