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by Wolfgang Borchert
The German radio play ' Draussen vor der Tür ' translated by David Porter with Marius Goring as Beckmann
Song composed by Berthold Goldschmidt
Production by E. A. Harding and David Porter

Contributors

Unknown:
Wolfgang Borchert
Translated By:
David Porter
Unknown:
Marius Goring
Composed By:
Berthold Goldschmidt
Production By:
E. A. Harding
Production By:
David Porter
The undertaker:
Richard George
The old man:
O B Clarence
The River Elbe:
Lucie Mannheim
The Other One:
Carleton Hobbs
A girl:
Renee Asherson
Her husband:
Malcolm Hayes
A colonel:
Howard Marion-Crawford
His wife:
Susan Richards
His daughter:
Joan Hart
His son-in-law:
Geoffrey Wincott
A cabaret producer:
Francis de Wolff
Frau Kramer:
Evelyn Hall
A roadsweeper:
Arthur Ridley

by Wolfgang Borchert
The German radio play 'Draussen vor der Tur' translated by David Porter with Marius Goring as Beckmann
Song composed by Berthold Goldschmidt
Production by E. A. Harding and David Porter

Contributors

Unknown:
Wolfgang Borchert
Translated By:
David Porter
Unknown:
Marius Goring
Composed By:
Berthold Goldschmidt
Production By:
E. A. Harding
Production By:
David Porter
The undertaker:
Richard George
The old man:
O B Clarence
The River Elbe:
Lucie Mannheim
The Other One:
Carleton Hobbs
A girl:
Renée Asherson
Her husband:
Malcolm Hayes
A colonel:
Geoffrey Wincott
His wife:
Evelyn Hall
His daughter:
Joan Hart
A cabaret producer:
Francis de Wolff
Frau Kramer:
Susan Richards

Richard Huelsenbeck co-founder of Dada
Interviewed by Basil Tayloi
Dada began in Zurich in 1916 with the activities of the Cabaret Voltaire. Richard Huelsenbeck , now a psychiatrist in New York, tries to analyse the anti-artistic tendencies among the Dada artists.

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Huelsenbeck
Interviewed By:
Basil Tayloi
Unknown:
Richard Huelsenbeck