‘The whole point of making art is that you’re sharing something with somebody that cannot be put into words.’
This week, Declan, Nick and Lucie deep dive into The Changeling, a bloody Jacobean tragedy filled with lunatics, ghosts, horror, sex and obsession. They discuss the making of their 2006 production (starring Tom Hiddleston and Olivia Williams), using the rehearsal space as the inspiration for the design, the worlds of the madhouse and the court, and the running theme of self-delusion in the great classic plays.
The music in this episode was composed by Paddy Cunneen for The Winter’s Tale (2016-17)
The additional music used in this episode was composed by Catherine Jayes for The Changeling (2006)
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