and Articles on Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
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Business Review: "Michael Hurst as the ebullient
Player is brilliant."
Zealand Herald : "Michael Hurst shines as
the Player. Resisting the obvious interpretation of a plummy
actor/manager of the old 'blood, love and rhetoric school,'
he is a gritty, spunky street philosopher and 'comic pornographer.'"
Zealand Herald (article
about the design of the costumes): "Hurst's costume
is the one which has changed the most in the process of evolution
from sketch to stage. On the day of the read-through, when Whiting
presented her ideas to the cast, Hurst said 'Oh, no. That's
not how I see myself.'"