Jemma Redgrave, Aunt Vanessa Talk The Great Game: Afghanistan (Video)

PlayBlog   Jemma Redgrave, Aunt Vanessa Talk The Great Game: Afghanistan (Video)
 
The Great Game: Afghanistan, an epic series of plays on Afghani history, which the Public Theater is currently presenting Off-Broadway after a run at London's Tricycle Theatre, features Jemma Redgrave, daughter of the late actor Corin Redgrave, in its cast of 14.

NY1's "On Stage" reporter Frank DiLella recently attended the play with Redgrave's aunt, Vanessa, who is currently on the Broadway boards in Driving Miss Daisy, and spoke with her, her niece and the play's co-director, Nicholas Kent, about the work.

The Great Game: Afghanistan runs at the Skirball Center through Dec. 19. To see what the Redgraves had to say about the piece, click here.

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