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A brilliant man kills himself mid-career, leaving what 'it' is. Based on the remarkable life of the star BBC correspondent James Mossman during his last years, 1963 to 1971, The Reporter
searches for the truth behind his bewildering suicide. What lies beneath the surface? Or is the surface ultimately all there is? World premiere. Supported by the Laura Pels FoundationPerformers Ben Chaplin (James Mossman), Paul Ritter, Angela Thorne, Bruce Alexander, Leo Bill, Patrick Brennan, John Cummins, Aleksandar Mikic, Chris New, Angelo Paragoso, Gillian Raine, Tilly Tremayne.
Author Nicholas Wright. Producer National Theatre. Director Richard Eyre. Design Rob Howell. Lighting Peter Mumford. Sound Rich Walsh. Other Jon Driscoll (video).
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