“There’s something interesting about people that are always on – they’re always trying to make people laugh. It really interests me when people are like that, because I think – ‘what are they hiding?’”
Actor Richard Mylan reads Things I Know To Be True as a continuous crisis point for Ben, an impending train wreck, hurtling towards a catastrophic act of envy and selfishness. He describes developing Ben’s character by learning his extremes and explains that every moment of the production is intensely physical, even in its stillness.
Revealing how his choices were often anchored in personal experiences of loss, Mylan expresses how empathetic he, as a father, feels towards Bob Price, cautioning against spoiling a child.
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