(Charles Spencer’s article appeared in the Telegraph, 1/19.)

At the age of 80, Sir Peter Hall has nothing more to prove. The most influential figure in British theatre over the past half-century, he introduced Samuel Beckett to British audiences, established the Royal Shakespeare Company, and moved the National Theatre to its present home on the South Bank.

This production of Twelfth Night is his birthday present to himself and us, and it stars, movingly and magnificently, his daughter Rebecca Hall, now better known as a rising star of Hollywood.

via www.telegraph.co.uk

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