Noel Coward was one of the most significant theater personalities of the Twentieth Century. His plays – Present Laughter, Design for Living, Blithe Spirit, Private Lives, Hay Fever – have had a constant presence in theater repertoires throughout the world, almost defining “style” and “wit”. Here he speaks about comic acting, theater, and a way of doing things that we should, perhaps, reintroduce into our theater world today. It runs about 50 minutes, so go pour a glass of sherry – bring the bottle – and enjoy.