“It’s quite empowering, I think, for women to be strong and bold and courageous physically”
Kate Waters unpacks her approach to directing fights for the all-female production of Julius Caesar at the Donmar King's Cross.
Paying reference to ‘climax moments’, Waters discusses her creative process, fight choreography and how to approach in-the-round staging.
*Contains mild violence
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