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Actor Simon McBurney explores how performing in the same play is a process of refinement rather than repetition.

Simon McBurney beckons us to join him on stage, during the run of Samuel Beckett's Endgame, and explores how performing in the same play night after night is a process of refinement rather than repetition.

Simon McBurney is the co-founder and Artistic Director of Complicite Theatre Company. He has devised, directed and acted in over thirty Complicite productions. As an actor, Simon has performed extensively for theatre, radio, film and TV. Feature films include Sleepy Hollow, Kafka, Tom and Viv, Bright Young Things, The Manchurian Candidate, Friends with Money and The Last King of Scotland.

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