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Theatre Topics 7.2 (1997) 110
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Acting "at the nerve ends": Beckett, Blau, and the Necessary

Phillip B. Zarrilli



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Figure 3. A view from the audience's perspective in Eh Joe. The main camera has moved to within three feet of Joe's (Peder Melhuse) face. The image of his face fills the four monitors built into the set as the Voice (Karole Spangler) continues to speak. Photo: Phillip B. Zarrilli.

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