Q&A with Sarah Booth; Dead and Breathing
On 20 February–3 March
- The Albany
- Tuesday 20 February – Saturday 3 March, 7.30pm
- Suitable for : 13+
- BSL Interpreted performance: Thursday 1 March.
- Book Here
It’s hilarious and touching in equal measure, with some incredible performances and looks bloody lovely if I don’t say so myself.
What is your role in Dead and Breathing?
What’s been the best thing about working on this production?
Working with a wonderful creative team, and being at the Unity and Albany which are both beautiful venues.
What’s been the biggest challenge of working on this production?
Finding an aesthetic for Carolyn’s (main character in the play) taste which reads to an audience. We had a lot of really interesting discussions on black/white and British/American tastes. Painting a parquet floor in a small dock was also pretty challenging!
What 3 words would you use to describe the production?
“Foul mouthed ethics.”
Why should audiences should come and see it?
Because it’s hilarious and touching in equal measure, with some incredible performances and looks bloody lovely if I don’t say so myself.