• Letters to George and Mercy McCann


has doubts about the metamorphosis of Norton (into a more intelligent chap who's been an enemy agent all along), please back me up in maintaining that this is a) more plausible (from the sudden off stage version) b) more true to life (as you know, everyone's security services have enemy agents planted in them), c) more overall dramatic, d) better evidence of Halter’s ruthlessness and efficiency. Has anyone taken any photos of the Group Actors on the set? If so, i'd like to have some. Could you please also, for the archives, send me a programme (I left mine behind)? And , by the way, is the lighting any better now? If Liverpool comes off, I imagine just right, if it's festive and G. will play, to go there ahead to work out the adjusting of the set; I gather it's a much bigger show with lots of modern amenities. And if they are to do my new version (split into 2 scenes) of Act I, it would be nice, for the boat comng into port, to have one of

Louis MacNeice
1963 Apr 2nd
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