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Here is a black slate, on the left is a black and white image of Lyn Gardner gesticulating and on the right is a title in white writing 'Talking About Performance Practice' beneath which is more text 'Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Ontroerend Goed'.

Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Ontroerend Goed

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Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Ontroerend Goed

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From humble beginnings in Flanders, Ontroerend Goed founders David Bauwens and Alexander Devriendt discuss the practice of their postdramatic theatre company. Unconventional by nature, Bowens and Debrent consider how they explore form and audience through performance.
Here is a black slate, on the left is a black and white image of Lyn Gardner gesticulating and on the right is a title in white writing 'Talking About Performance Practice' beneath which is more text 'Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Robert Icke'.

Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Robert Icke

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Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Robert Icke

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Multi-award-winning writer and director Robert Icke unpacks his creative process, from collaborating with cast and creative teams to working with text and finding a vocabulary in the rehearsal room. He also discusses his intentions for staging The Doctor with Juliet Stevenson for his final show as the Associate Director of the Almeida.
Here is a black slate, on the left is a black and white image of Lyn Gardner gesticulating and on the right is a title in white writing 'Talking About Performance Practice' beneath which is more text 'Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Fevered Sleep'.

Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Fevered Sleep

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Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Fevered Sleep

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David Harradine and Sam Butler, the Artistic Directors of Fevered Sleep, explore the ways in which their company has developed to create multidisciplinary art projects for adults and children. Referring to productions such as Men and Girls Dance and Sheep Pig Goat, Harradine and Butler detail their aims, methods and research for opening discussions on challenging topics through performance.
Here is a black slate, on the left is a black and white image of Lyn Gardner gesticulating and on the right is a title in white writing 'Talking About Performance Practice' beneath which is more text 'Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Michael Gould'.

Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Michael Gould

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Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Michael Gould

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Reflecting on his career and its evolution in an ever-changing theatrical landscape, actor Michael Gould discusses working with directors Katie Mitchell and Ella Hickson among others. From traditional to experimental theatre, Gould considers how he’s honed his technique over time.
Here is a black slate, on the left is a black and white image of Lyn Gardner gesticulating and on the right is a title in white writing 'Talking About Performance Practice' beneath which is more text 'Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Richard Gregory'.

Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Richard Gregory

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Lyn Gardner in Conversation with Richard Gregory

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Co-founder of Quarantine Richard Gregory sheds light on the company’s philosophy to create original theatre, performance and public events that explore the world around us. Referring to productions such as Wallflower, and Susan and Darren, Gregory provides insight into collaborating with non-actors and experimenting with durational performance.
Malcolm Rippeth sits to the right of screen in a light blue shirt gesticulating with his hands. The background is completely dark.

Malcolm Rippeth on Kneehigh

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Malcolm Rippeth on Kneehigh

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Award-winning lighting designer Malcolm Rippeth reflects on his career and details the collaborative and improvisatory nature of how Kneehigh makes their work.
Paula Byrne sits on a pink velvet armchair, wearing a pale blue top. In the background is a vase with flowers in and a lamp on a table.

Paula Byrne on Jane Austen

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Paula Byrne on Jane Austen

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Paula Byrne discusses the life and writing of Jane Austen, an author whose finely crafted heroines and accounts of the female experience parallel the freedom she was granted as a writer and obstacles she faced as a woman.
Maria Aberg is on the right-hand side of the image, smiling with a black background.

Maria Aberg on The Duchess of Malfi

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Maria Aberg on The Duchess of Malfi

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Director Maria Aberg discusses her interpretation of John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi for the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2018.

Neoliberalism: The Break-Up Tour | Sarah Woods & Andrew Simms

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Neoliberalism: The Break-Up Tour | Sarah Woods & Andrew Simms

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Sarah Woods and Andrew Simms, Co-directors of the New Weather Institute, discuss and read extracts from their ArtsAdmin-commissioned performance, Neoliberalism: The Break-Up Tour. Woods and Simms demystify economics, chart the rise and crisis of an economic ideology, and the emergence of more humane and sustainable realities.
Chris Britton sits on a chair on the right mid-speech against a background of a costume rack, shipping box and light.

Practitioners on Practice... Forkbeard Fantasy: An interview with Chris Britton

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Practitioners on Practice... Forkbeard Fantasy: An interview with Chris Britton

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Chris Britton discusses Forkbeard Fantasy, a company who paved the way for experimental performance artists of the 1970s.
Jonathan Bate sat on red sofa in front of window with curtains drawn and table with plant pot on top.

Jonathan Bate on Shakespeare

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Jonathan Bate on Shakespeare

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Inspired by his experiences as a youth, academic Jonathan Bate discusses the rise, relevance and reconstruction of Shakespeare’s catalogue.
Nikki Sved sits on a chair on the right mid-speech against a background of a costume rack, shipping box and light.

Practitioners on Practice... Theatre Alibi: An interview with Nikki Sved

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Practitioners on Practice... Theatre Alibi: An interview with Nikki Sved

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Artistic Director Nikki Sved discusses the practice of Theatre Alibi, a company whose work is rooted in storytelling.