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I've always thought of Theatre as a playground. An opportunity to take risks and play bold choices. I have faint memories from childhood… playing at primary school. Imagining things, both wonderful and terrible. Committing completely to that fantasy. There was no BA Hons degree back then... no theory... only pleasure in the moment with my friends. 

In some way that's what I'm trying to get back too. 

 

I don't think Theatre, or rather acting in general is about coming up with preconceived ideas. It's about living in the moment and responding to your scene partner. It's a game in that sense. Tennis. 

Game, after all, is built into the very language of Theatre. "Who are you playing?". "What play is it?". "I love the way you played that moment". Theatre, at it's best, is game played with focus, skill and commitment.  

'Fail again... Fail better' - Samuel Beckett

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FOOTAGE

HAMLET -
ACT III SCENE I 
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

LIgedet'e -new writing 
amy mccallister

MICHAELA'S
FLUENT APHASIA

russ THEATRE

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