“It’s so temporary, those highs are so fleeting”
Based on workshops with prisoners, Phyllida Lloyd, Sophie Stanton (Falstaff) and Rachel Conlon (Prison Partnership Director) discuss addiction in the context of Henry IV at the Donmar King’s Cross.
Lloyd and Stanton reflect on bringing themes of addiction into performance. Conlon outlines the ‘relational way of working’ that bridged the gap between the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy company and the prisoners with whom they worked.
Contains drug use.
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