The Slippery Slope Of Performing Childhood On Stage

“Beyond the cliches what you see most often in adults-as-children on stage is a kind of over-staged child – not so much a person as a sign, a symbol, some ‘thing’ that wants to mean ‘something’ (innocence, cruelty or whatever you like), a figure whose every action is legible, there to be read.”

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