Theatre company 1927's play Golem says happiness lies in independent up-to-dateness
A new multi-media show in English overleaps the boundaries of stage disciplines at one of the Parisian public avant-garde theatres, the Théâtre de La Ville. To a range of beats, British company, 1927, performs Golem. The title character isn't made of clay, but out of modelling plastic. Golem's on film. Are the actors?