Work 75; Bastion of Pretentious Pseuds / The Glass Ceiling Factory


Bastion of Pretentious Pseuds ( Glass Ceiling Factory )
National Theatre South Bank, London
c. 2005 Michael St.Mark

A contemporary playwright as perceptive and brilliant as Shakespeare, – if he failed to brown-nose his way  in there; would be ignored his entire lifetime.

We give you Kevin Spacey, more or less running the Old Vic for years.
.The only way for new talent to ” get on” was for ” him to get on you”.

His is not an isolated case – throughout the arts that is more or less the only way up for those without connections or serious money; huge talent or not.


 

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