“We did a lot of physical work early on in the process that was about... giving us that sense of taking up space and entitlement”
Actor Jackie Clune and director Phyllida Lloyd discuss the playing of male characters in the all-female production of Julius Caesar, the first instalment of the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy.
Interrogating the distinction between the way men and women hold themselves physically and vocally, Clune and Lloyd reflect on the exercises used to rehearse movement as men in performance.
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