“I wanted to be in that room with someone that wanted their process challenged because that means they’re hungry to learn and that makes a really exciting rehearsal room.”
Artistic Director of Frantic Assembly Scott Graham discusses the collaborative process of working with writer Andrew Bovell on Things I Know To Be True, and how he came to incorporate a physical language into the production.
Explaining the need for actors to ‘earn’ every moment on stage, Graham describes the ‘tense wire’ that exists between performers, and explores why sometimes stillness is the most dynamic quality.
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