“Emilia is the moral compass of the play.”
Kelly Price discusses what helped her get under the skin of playing the character of Emilia in English Touring Theatre’s production of Othello.
Price elaborates on her choice to play Emilia not as a victim but as a character who embodies an aspect of feminism and womanly wisdom, and explores how her relationship with Iago often puts her in a complicated position, torn between love and anger.
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