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by Charles Marowitz
A study of Antonin Artaud and The Theatre of Cruelty with Anthony Jacobs as Antonin Artaud
Others taking part: HERON CARVIC
The programme includes contributions in English and French from
Roger Blin , Arthur Adamov Henri Thomas and Dr. Gaston Ferdiere
Second broadcast
Charles Marowitz writes: I have tried in tonight's programme to put together the facts of Artaud'a life, using his own words and those of the people who knew him. I have not been wholly objective. as I have acknowledged my own obsessive love for the man and the artist and refused merely to treat him as a subject for a thesis. At times. I have felt like a detective trying to reconstruct a terrible crime in which a whole society is responsible for the methodical destruction of one of its most gifted members.'


Unknown: Charles Marowitz
Unknown: Antonin Artaud
Unknown: Anthony Jacobs
Unknown: Antonin Artaud
Unknown: Heron Carvic
Unknown: Douglas Hankin
Unknown: Denis McCarthy
Unknown: Alan Wheatley
Unknown: Roger Blin
Unknown: Arthur Adamov
Unknown: Henri Thomas
Unknown: Dr. Gaston Ferdiere
Produced By: Dorothy Baker
Unknown: Charles Marowitz

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