By Edward Bond.
Cast: 28m., 6w. (Doubling.) "A challenging work by perhaps the most important, and certainly most controversial, of the younger English playwrights," was a part of Jack Kroll's rave review of the exciting U.S. premiere at the Folger Theatre in Washington. In the play, Bond examines the life of the peasant-poet John Clare and through him develops a stormy indictment of a corrupt and dehumanizing society. Multiple simple sets.