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Still on the Road (2010)

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Twelve actors spend six months on a cramped bus, lose their lead actor, play 71 roles, and learn to work in spaces that wont hold their set, all while reconnecting with their passion for ... See full summary »

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Twelve actors spend six months on a cramped bus, lose their lead actor, play 71 roles, and learn to work in spaces that wont hold their set, all while reconnecting with their passion for performing, receiving a great review in the New York Times, and bringing classical theater to America in The Acting Company's 37th Season. Written by Anonymous

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A delight!
27 March 2013 | by (London) – See all my reviews

One of the most delightful, entertaining and thoughtful documentaries that i've seen in ages. On the Road aired on PBS as part of their look on Shakespeare and I will be trying to find my own copy as it's one to own and watch again. The interviews with Rainn Wilson, Kevin Klein (and more!) were fantastic; plus the journey of The Acting Company, the theater group as they make their way via bus across the US, playing 71 roles(!) and getting to know the actors themselves were just some of the highlights. It's amazing what it takes in this modern era to bring the classic word of the bard across state lines! This doc is really about passion, persistence and the love of art. The camera work, editing and directing brought this story to life and made it a work of art in itself. Looking forward to watching again and will be eagerly anticipating more from the talented Ms. Wolkowitz! Bravo!


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