…Doodling ideas in anticipation of the pre rehearsal draft of A MAN WITH DOWNS SYNDROME TALKS ABOUT LOVE AND TELLS A STORY, with apologies to designer Pip Leckenby who will ultimately interpret and wave her far superior visual wand over the story.

Its a writing thing…

I find it helpful at this point to have an idea of how the play might work in a theatre space, or spaces of various sizes and shapes, as is the case with a tour.

In the later stages of crafting a play for an audience, the ‘wrighting’ (manipulating the emotional centre of the characters and the plot) happens in tandem with the pragmatics of space and time.

Having a really bad drawing to refer to actually helps…


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