“The power of art, I suppose, [is] to play out our deepest needs.”
Harriet Walter and Phyllida Lloyd discuss why they chose The Tempest as the third instalment of the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy.
Not initially intended as a trilogy, this play was chosen as the island setting mirrored the isolation felt by the prisoners they were working with. Discussing where prison and illusion collide, Walter and Lloyd consider their creative vision for the piece.
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