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Linda Hunt.

Author: Linda Hunt; Office for the Arts at Harvard & Radcliffe.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Modern Language Center, Harvard University, 1988.
Series: Learning from performers, 1988.
Edition/Format:   Musical cassette : Cassette recording : English
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During a two-day visit to Harvard and Radcliffe Linda Hunt 1) talked after a screening of a Harold Pinter play filmed and directed by Robert Altman and 2) conducted a two-hour acting workshop with six students before an audience of 130 observers. 250-300 people attended the screening and discussion which began with questions about the Pinter piece "The Room," a bizarre and mysterious piece which Linda Hunt found  Read more...
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Named Person: Linda Hunt; Linda Hunt
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Hunt; Office for the Arts at Harvard & Radcliffe.
OCLC Number: 76976664
Event notes: Taped at a program sponsored by the Office for the Arts at Harvard and Radcliffe on April 21-22, 1988.
Description: 3 sound cassettes. 2 sound tape reels (4 hr., 15 min.) : analog, 3 3/4 ips ; 10 in.
Series Title: Learning from performers, 1988.

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During a two-day visit to Harvard and Radcliffe Linda Hunt 1) talked after a screening of a Harold Pinter play filmed and directed by Robert Altman and 2) conducted a two-hour acting workshop with six students before an audience of 130 observers. 250-300 people attended the screening and discussion which began with questions about the Pinter piece "The Room," a bizarre and mysterious piece which Linda Hunt found challenging, enigmatic, and "problematic." She talked at length about the virtues and failings of Altman as a director whom she greatly respects and with whom she leaps at the opportunity to work. Talking about Altman led into a discussion about working with other directors in other films and plays, including her recent work with Peter Brook, who directed her in the Brooklyn Academy of Music production of "The Cherry Orchard".

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