Karel Čapek's Rossum's Universal Robots

This week, our esteemed guest (director, dramaturg and facilitator) Bobby Brook brings us a play. We tackle Rossum's Universal Robots, a title that used the word robot for the first ever time, and talk about finding the ripe and present themes in a 100-year-old text. In fact, we talk text a lot. We also chat a little about setting, sound, farce, and moving walls.


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