Listening to Andrew Haydon interviewing Chris Goode about theatre via theatreVoice. Definitely worth listening to:
Things that have popped (I will add to this list, listening live and writing this):
Lightness of clowning and retain melancholy (incidentally, not my style)
Words proffering tonality and texture as opposed to story
“Once a writer hands his script over it’s free to be broken” (paraphrasing Chris Goode) – Breaking a script as in breaking bread
What matters is what happens in the heads of those watching
“If you loved it you got it” – Chris Goode
The importance of theatre and theatre changing the world.
Scratch theatre system. Endless feedback forms. Stifling bureaucracy. Arguments shut down, slowed down.
(To be continued…)
Convergent evolution occured to me: