The British critic James Agate once unkindly defined a theatre director as ‘a person engaged by the management to conceal the fact that the players cannot act’. That's not how directors see it.
Image: Kate Cherry in rehearsals for The Seagull by Anton Chekhov (in a new adaptation by Hilary Bell) at State Theatre Centre WA. Photo: Gary Marsh Photography.
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