“You can’t step on stage and play a character three-dimensionally with that judgement in your head so what you have to do is understand why they are like that.”
Harriet Walter and Sophie Stanton discuss bringing Henry and Falstaff to life in the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy’s Henry IV.
Describing how they brought Henry and Falstaff’s drives and motivation to the fore, Walter and Stanton discuss their approach to characterisation and the context of their relationships within the play.
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