‘Once you have a draft you have something to work with, and in many ways, that’s where the magic begins.’
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Working with a group of young carers, on a play about their experiences, Anna Reynolds discovered that working in collaboration with others – especially those with such decided views about how their lives should be portrayed – presented challenges, but also led to triumphs.
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