Adam Seelig on Bernhard's Ritter, Dene, Voss

Director reflects on Thomas Bernhard's work for the stage
As a new production of Thomas Bernhard's Ritter, Dene, Voss premieres in New York, director Adam Seelig is interviewed over at Superfluidites Redux. Asked his thoughts on what Bernhard offers to the North American stage, Seelig answers: 'A powerfully intuitive sense for what makes actors tick (not to mention what ticks them off), resulting in brilliant, muscular writing that somehow combines the anxieties of Beckett, antics of Ionesco, and provocations of Genet.' [Read more]

Source: 'Interview: Adam Seelig, Director of Ritter, Dene, Voss', Superfluidities Redux, 20 September 2010

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