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Dionysus and the Mighty Mouse


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As our private and public experiences and our work and entertainment are re-shaped by the internet and the remote control, Michael Kustow asks if live theatre will survive and what we would lose if it did not. In the digital age ahead, will Dionysus, god of theatre and wine, stand up to the mighty computer mouse?
In the first of five programmes, In
Our Nature?, he asks actors, writers and directors whether the instinct to make or enjoy theatre is rooted in our nature. With Peter Brook.
Alan Ayckbourn , Sir Peter Hall , Deborah Warner , Fiona Shaw ,
Simon McBurney , Mark Ravenhill and Robert Lepage.
Producer Ronit Knoble


Unknown: Michael Kustow
Unknown: Peter Brook.
Unknown: Alan Ayckbourn
Unknown: Sir Peter Hall
Unknown: Deborah Warner
Unknown: Fiona Shaw
Unknown: Simon McBurney
Unknown: Mark Ravenhill
Unknown: Robert Lepage.
Producer: Ronit Knoble

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Dionysus and the Mighty Mouse

BBC Radio 3, 4 April 1998 22.35

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