“Shakespeare for actors is so rich.”
Julia Ford took to the Liverpool Everyman to play opposite David Morrissey in Gemma Bodinetz’s post-apocalyptic reimagining of Macbeth.
Ford reflects on the clues in Shakespeare’s writing and how she, as an actor, makes use of the spaces in between. Through consideration of Lady Macbeth’s loneliness, her desires, and her psychological state, Ford gives an insight into her interpretation of this controversial character.
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