“It’s very human, the way Shakespeare has done it, between a man and a woman.”
Julia Ford took to the Liverpool Everyman to play opposite David Morrissey in Gemma Bodinetz’s post-apocalyptic Macbeth.
Ford considers how Lady Macbeth was able to persuade her husband to commit murder, reflects on why the character ultimately resorts to suicide, and explains how she, as an actor, interprets Shakespeare’s words – and how she interprets his silences.
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