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October 05, 1987|Deborah Caulfield and John Voland and Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Richard Harris said he has plans to set up a touring Irish national theater company. The star of "Camelot," in Dublin for the city's Theater Festival, said: "I have enough money now and I want to spend the rest of my life doing what I want." Citing fellow Irish actors Peter O'Toole and Cyril Cusack, he said: "We have the best. Better than the Royal Shakespeare Company in England. . . . I want us all to get together and form a company, set up a base in Ireland, bring (the company's productions)--not just Irish plays--to the West End and open on Broadway."

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