Macnab, Geoffrey
January 2010
Sight & Sound;Jan2010, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p36
The article discusses the experience of actor Norman Lloyd while working on the theatrical production of "Julius Caesar." The difficulty producing the theatrical show and Lloyd’s relationship with Orson Welles is the inspiration for the book "Me and Orson Welles, by Robert Kaplow from which the motion picture of the same name is based.


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