Steven Berkoff

Widely known as an actor, director and playwright, Steven Berkoff is one of the leading British exponents of modern theatre, with a taste for stark contrasts and disturbing juxtapositions. His original and outrageous play 'East' combined Shakespearean grandeur and cockney rhyming slang to riotous effect. Adaptations including Kafka's 'Metamorphosis' and 'The Trial', Oscar Wilde's 'Salome' and further stage plays such as 'Greek' and 'Kvetch', performed throughout the world, have earned him a international following.

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