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Listening to Andrew Haydon interviewing Chris Goode about theatre via theatreVoice. Definitely worth listening to:

http://www.theatrevoice.com/2182/chris-goode-talks-about-his-2007-edinburgh-shows/#.UQOlcFwgHCQ

Things that have popped (I will add to this list, listening live and writing this):
Jamie Wood
Lightness of clowning and retain melancholy (incidentally, not my style)
Home pieces

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…)

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Convergent evolution occured to me:
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convergent_evolution

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