‘I verbalise their words aloud. I copy their physical mannerisms, and re-enact crucial scenes in the ‘You talking to me?’ mirror school of acting.’
You might also like:
As a dramatist, Fraser Grace has become used to working with other writers, in order to turn their original work into plays. Here he describes some of his more unusual – and rewarding – collaborations.
‘As with exercise, if I don’t write for a few days I begin to feel flabby and on edge. It’s hard to feel at ease until I am back at it.’
‘I write to tell the racists that I am black, and I am Britain. But I write because the world ain’t black and white; because I am black, and I am light.’