Episode 3 : The Donmar Warehouse
Well, look who it is. It’s me, Warwick Davis, and in this episode of Figureheads, I'm joined by award-winning Stage Director and Artistic Director, Michael Longhurst and Executive Director, Henny Finch, from The Donmar Warehouse theatre. How do you strike that balance between purpose and profit? Is it possible to do the right thing by your business and society at the same time? And how do you make a cast of short actors not look like a cast of short actors? I can explain that last question. Come and have a listen...
Mentioned in this episode:
Teenage Dick, Play by Michael Lew
Richard III, King of England
Anna Cooper, Casting Director
Daniel Monks, Actor
Hemiplegia, a condition caused by brain damage or spinal cord injury that leads to paralysis on one side of the body.
Cerebral palsy, a group of disorders that affect a person's ability to move and maintain balance and posture.
Chloe Lamford, stage designer
Don't Play Me Pay Me, campaign
Reduced Height Theatre Company
An Inspector Calls, play by J. B. Priestley
See How They Run, play by Philip King
Eric Potts, actor, writer and director
Blindness, novel by José Saramago
Juliet Stevenson CBE, Actor
Professor Hannah Thompson, academic and professor of French and critical disability studies
Lord Chris Smith, former Culture Secretary
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