The Productions of Tine Author:John Brunner Murry had been a theatrical star until he hit the bottle once too often. But now he had broken the habit, and, handsome and fit, was ready for a comeback. The lost challenging opening available was an avant-garde play where the actors themselves would make up the drama as they went along. — But out at the isolated country estate where the rehears... more »als were going on, Murray found himself trapped on a real life day and night stage in which nothing was as it seemed, in which inexplicable devices monitored everything and eerie lures attracted each actor's psychological weakness.
Who then was the real sponsor of this terrifying play and to what alien audience was it to be presented?« less