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Henry Goodman interview: How to make Brecht fun

<em>Lloyd Evans</em> talks to Henry Goodman about his role in the playwright’s political allegory

Henry Goodman by Dan Williams

The face is unlined. The tan is as deep as Brazilian hardwood. The thatch of grey hair looks like a gift from God rather than the achievement of surgical intervention. At 63, the actor Henry Goodman keeps himself in excellent trim. He exudes energy and concentration, and in the hour we spend together, he relates every aspect of our talk straight back to the show he’s promoting, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui.

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