These are glorious times for ACT, there’s new blood, new ideas, it’s inspiring and long may it continue. The thoughts turn to what a group like ACT can contribute to the broader theatrical world. One thing we have is lower costs, which means lower risks, so I would personally argue that we should be willing, every now and again, to do a play that’s more interesting than popular.
I am finding interesting. I’ve been an admirer of Jellicoe in particular for over thirty years.