A study of a seminal event in the development of political theatre, using a mix of performance and interviews.
`US', a play reflecting the anti-war movement in America and England in 1966, was performed by the RSC at the Aldwych Theatre and later transferred to New York.
This new production is both a show and a homage to the writer and director, Peter Brook.
With contributions from Peter Hall, Michael Kustow, Glenda Jackson, Adrian Mitchell, Ian Hogg, Albert Hunt and Michael Williams.
Cast: Adrian Lester, Alison Pettitt, Ron Berglass, Lise Stuart, Graham Padden, Andy Hockley, Sean Connolly and Alex Jones.
Director Brian Lighthill.