Jack Lowden is interviewed about his role as Oswald Alving in Richard Eyre's adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts

Ghosts

Henrik Ibsen
Almeida
Directed by Richard Eyre

Jack Lowden won an Olivier Award for playing the cocksure, but terminally ill Oswald Alving in Richard Eyre's revival of Ibsen's Ghosts.

He discusses how playing a role like Oswald enabled him to show a wide range of attitudes and emotions, how the text allows for freedom of interpretation and why confidence is key.

Production duration: 20 min 41 sec

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