Actor Michael Gambon conveys the internal workings of his mind even though he is completely silent during the entire half-hour production of Samuel Beckett's "Eh Joe" at the Duke of York's Theatre, the New York Times reported Monday.
Because "Eh Joe" was originally conceived for TV, his face is projected onto a giant screen for the audience as he emotes to a female voice hurling criticism and accusations.
In the Broadway production of "Amy's View," Dench showed her mastery of the techniques of "making thought visible," The Times said.
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