Tim Crouch is a theatre artist: an experimental theatre-maker who acts, writes and directs plays. In this interview, he talks about early influences (his teacher Edward Braun, as well as Beckett, Brecht and Churchill), about storytelling, transformation, and the importance of the audience’s process in the theatre.
Describing his breakthrough play My Arm, Crouch speaks about his experiments in challenging Realism, Naturalism and psychology, and his desire to activate the audience’s imagination in a playful, thought-provoking way.
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