“I think what the prisoners spotted was, it is the language of an addict.”
Phyllida Lloyd gives a glimpse into the rehearsal process of the “I know you all” speech in the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy’s Henry IV.
First examining Shakespeare’s language, Lloyd goes on to reflect on an exercise where the prisoners she was working with influenced the direction of this key scene.
Contains strong language.
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