"The play made me realise that it's so important to a family dynamic to forgive family members, and that time is entirely finite."
Actor Natalie Casey discusses the interrogative discomfort of exploring the semi-abusive relationship between Pip and her mother in Things I Know To Be True, and how Andrew Bovell’s writing looks, at first glance, like prose but is almost dance-like in rhythm and quality.
Revealing the joy of realising that she is experienced enough to take on such heavy subject matter without fear, Casey explores the importance of representing the humanity of a character who can be happy, sad, angry and overjoyed all at the same time.
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