Until he became an alcoholic, Murray Douglas was one of Britain's
leading actors. Now, after treatment, he's ready to resume his
career, but his first come-back part isn't exactly what he thought
it would be. The idea was to create an avant-garde play where the
actors made up the script as they rehearsed. Unusual but hardly
frightening. What was frightening was the rest of the cast. Like
Murray, they all had some kind of craving. And each of them was
given access to whatever had addicted them. It was doubtful if the
play would ever entertain the public. But it seemed to entertain
the director . . . (First published 1967)
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