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Digital Theatre: From Page to Stage to Screen | reviews, news & interviews

Digital Theatre: From Page to Stage to Screen

Digital Theatre: From Page to Stage to Screen

Finally, plays on screen which don't make you scream

Rebecca O'Mara as Bathsheba Everdene addressing country folk in Far from the Madding CrowdDigital Theatre/English Touring Theatre
The thought of watching a filmed play is enough to make even the hardiest theatregoer flee screaming down the aisle. Recording the stage has a poor history, causing even the nimblest staging to seem thudding and deep performances transparent. But that was before Digital Theatre came along.

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I know Robert and he's a nice guy but this project is just doomed.

Elaboration always welcome...

Hi Daniel, I"m new to this and this idea sounds great - why do you think it's doomed?

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