“The only authentic relationship Iago has is with the audience.”
Paul McEwan discusses what helped him get under the skin of playing the character of Iago in English Touring Theatre’s production of Othello.
McEwan explores Iago’s strengths and weaknesses, explains the decision to avoid portraying him as a Machiavellian character and considers the impact of how casting an older Iago and a younger Othello provides a different interpretation of their relationship.
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