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Michael Grandage explains, to Digital Theatre+’s Fiona Lindsay, why he dislikes the term ‘revival’, how an old play must become new for a company to ‘crack’ it, and talks of bringing current work into perspective through the past.
Michael discusses how, as a director, one begins working with actors in a rehearsal room, and ends collaborating with an audience, and describes how his privileging of the aesthetic is born of growing-up amidst the abstract art movement.
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