Several prominent Romanian actors and directors who have fallen foul of the post-communist authorities are running one of the country’s first truly independent theater companies. Colleagues in Britain and the United States are backing their efforts31 May 1996 LIKE MANY OTHER PLAYS dealing with opposition to state power, T. S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral […]

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