I agree with Jeff. It's completely insane to put on a stage play, let alone produce a movie (RKO 281 comes to mind) where the actor who's portraying Welles doesn't even come close to sounding like him. Looking like Welles helps, but the actor must have the same diction, vocal patterns and deep booming voice. Without tooting my own horn...well, maybe I will, I have performed varous "one-man-shows" and "readings" portraying the young Welles, as well as, the elder Welles, and I must say, the reviews all commented how I SOUNDED just like Welles himself. I pride myself on this, having painstakingly researched all of Welles' radio shows, interviews and film projects. Plus the fact, well, damn it, my vocal range just happens to be similar to that of Welles (lucky me). With my moutache and goatee, I also (hauntingly) resemble Welles circa 1939 - 1942. Another example of a "Welles play" where the actor neither looks or sounds like Welles is "The Magnificent Welles", an absolutely amateurish performance that somehow is now being sold on DVD. I think there are so few "Welles-related" plays or movies because there aren't many actors/performers who have the Welles voice, mannerisms or resemblence that most Welles fans are accustomed to.