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A fine production of a play about actors and the artistic process. It covers the challenging effort to work together by two of the 20th Century's great stage talents--Orson Welles and Laurence Olivier--in the absurdist playwright Ionesco's "Rhinoceros." The actors do a wonderful job--I particularly enjoyed Martin Jarvis's fine reproduction of Olivier's voice and intonations. The only weak link is Gleane Headley's brave but essentially unsuccessful attempt to evoke Vivien Leigh, which I admit is an almost impossible task. Altogether, however, this production is a fine effort that is highly enjoyable. Movie and stage buffs (particularly of the 1940s thru '60s) will have the most fun.
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