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Oct 31, 2014

Theatre director Michael Rudman talks to BTG London Editor Philip Fisher about a long career in theatre, running the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, Hampstead Theatre in London and the Lyttelton at the National Theatre on the South Bank.

He also discusses his productions of Death of a Salesman in the West End and on Broadway and his long association with Felicity Kendal.

Michael Rudman's memoirs are published by Capercaillie Books as I Joke Too Much: The Theatre Directors Tale, and were reviewed by Philip Fisher in August 2014.