Daniel Kramer, director and Artistic Director of English National Opera, considers George Büchner's unfinished and semi-biographical text Woyzeck.
Daniel considers how the unfinished fragments of the text allow for multiple interpretations, explaining the choices made for his own 2004 production. He analyses how the male gaze informed the lead female's animalistic characterisation, discusses the value of sound in translation, and encourages personal self-interrogation in order to understand the work.
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