Last quote by Robert Icke
It isn't so much staging–we show hardly any violence at all in 1984–it's about leading the audience to create the unthinkable images in their own imaginations. That way, the images are personal and therefore far more distressing than anything we could depict.feedback
Sep 26 2017
We found 4 articles in which Robert Icke said something. The most recent Robert Icke’s quote is: “Our job is to keep the issues open, rather than reducing everything to simple meaning. That's something we worked really hard on four years ago, and that balance stays exactly the same.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Robert Icke 4 times. On this page, you will find all of Robert Icke’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Quotes by Robert Icke
Jun 15 2017
Our job is to keep the issues open, rather than reducing everything to simple meaning. That's something we worked really hard on four years ago, and that balance stays exactly the same.feedback
Jun 14 2017
It makes me really angry because theatre has a big problem with younger audiences. The industry's going to have to address it and sort it out because otherwise we're dead. In 50 or 60 years, there will be no audience. It's sort of a one shot kill now because theatre is so expensive that it's our responsibility to make it as exciting as Netflix or the Xbox. So that if there is somebody who's never been to see this play, or indeed a Shakespeare play, or maybe any play before...I want them to leave thinking 'that was exciting. And I might like to do that again, or go back and see something else.feedback
Mar 12 2017
It's dead. It's completely boring. The water is completely poisoned by reverence and bizarre, operatic modes of delivery. Actors do really weird things. They'll take lines that are completely colloquial and naturalistic and normal, and they will say it like it's the Bible. Verse is one of the things British theatre has totally shot itself in both feet about. I don't know why we, in theatre, think we have the right to expect a sort of reverence from an audience, whereas on TV, if it's boring or bad or overacted or just not interesting, you switch it off.feedback
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