“If one understands the text, the form, the clues that Shakespeare gives you, then that is not so much a straight jacket for an actor, but is a release, it’s a point of departure”
In the fifth annual Directors Guild Peter Brook Lecture, theatre executive, arts consultant and politician Genista McIntosh talks to director Adrian Noble about his work, from his first production of Titus Andronicus to his tenure as Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
McIntosh and Noble share their personal experiences of working with legendary director Peter Brook, discussing his landmark interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
*Contains strong language.
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