translated by Christopher Hampton
- 001_Introduction.mp3 0:01:01
- 002_Part One.mp3 0:05:34
- 003_Part Two.mp3 0:06:12
- 004_Part Three.mp3 0:04:20
- 005_Part Four.mp3 0:06:07
- 006_Part Five.mp3 0:52:20
- 007_Credits.mp3 0:01:16
- 008_Interview with Christopher Hampton.mp3 0:15:52
- 009_Interviews with Brian Cox and Bob Balaban.mp3 0:15:13
How much would you pay for a painting with nothing on it? Would it be “art”? Marc’s best friend Serge has just bought a very expensive – and very white – painting. To Marc, it is a joke, and as battle lines are drawn, old friends use the painting to settle scores. With friendships hanging in the balance, the question becomes: how much is a work of “art” worth? A Tony Award winner for Best Play and Oliver Award winner for Best Comedy.
Includes interviews with actors Bob Balaban and Brian Cox, as well as an interview with translator Christopher Hampton.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring:
Bob Balaban as Serge
Brian Cox as Marc
Jeff Perry as Yvan
Directed by Peter Levin. Translated by Christopher Hampton. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles.
Featuring: Bob Balaban, Brian Cox, Jeff Perry