Not the most practical of book designs, however it isn’t without it’s idea and concept!
’ The four way play No Man’s Land (Harold Pinter)
The four way play challenges the notion of the singular book to enhance rehearsals of the four character play. The pages of the book open like a lotus flower, and so will tear unless four people physically open them at the same time. The students have to rely on their peers to pass them their page, which reinforces the experience as one built on reliance and support, things that the actual performance of the play will need. This was a case study of reading habits, based on final year drama students at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).’