‘When I’m writing a play I do sometimes imagine the audience reacting to a particular moment but not usually by vomiting, as happened once, or starting a fight.’
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‘I’m sure it happens to people in other professions too, though.”You don’t want to open him up there, Doc; you should go in through the stomach!”‘
When asked to write a play about pioneering and adventurous women, Anna Reynolds found herself spoilt for choice. With so many inspiring figures – from Boudicca to the WWII ‘attagirls’ – the question was not whom to include, but whom she could bear to leave out.
‘I’m a proud black man, but let me make it clear; I don’t profess to speak for all black people. I’m happy being a starting point for a conversation.’