"A movement director deals with the physical elements of the actor and has a physical understanding of the world of the play.”
Movement director Coral Messam worked on Talawa Theatre Company’s 2016 production of King Lear at the Royal Exchange in Manchester.
Messam explains the essential difference between movement and choreography and, alongside the production’s acting company, explores some of the specific decisions that were made in order to make King Lear a physical reality.
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