No End of Blame: Scenes of Overcoming

By Howard Barker

1985

Bela is an admired but dissatisfied artist; his work has the power to earn the fear of the state and aims to do so, but is too visionary to make his employers happy. He has always known the restraints of artistic ‘freedom,’ as no artist can escape critique or demand.

This production was awarded the following:

Winner: Best Newcomer – Martin Murphy

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