‘Kafka’s world was pitiless, full of humiliation and defeat, of inability to read the world outside, to move outside his small domestic world which was equally poisonous.’
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Kevin Clarke speaks with Frances Byrnes about playwriting as an essential dramatic apprenticeship, completing his education as an adult, and how his dramatic subjects choose him, rather than the other way around.
‘Go to Paris. The boat train leaves from Victoria. Remind yourself how to play. Two: there is no need to get hysterical when things aren’t working.’