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9/2 @ 12:59 PM
oldvictheatre - Make sure to use the #AskArmitage #hashtag so we can spot your question - the best ones will be put to @RCArmitage on Friday 12th.
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9/2 @ 12:58 PM
oldvictheatre - We hope you enjoyed that, twitter! Now it's your turn to #AskArmitage - send us your Qs and we'll put the best to @RCArmitage next Friday!
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9/2 @ 12:55 PM
oldvictheatre - RT @RCArmitage: Thank you to everyone who came to 'In Conversation' #TheCrucible and to Matt Wolf @nytimes for a great interview.
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9/2 @ 12:50 PM
oldvictheatre - Apologies if a few tweets were out of sync! We will be creating a Storify soon to gather all of the #AskArmitage tweets together. Thanks!
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9/2 @ 12:47 PM
oldvictheatre - That was Matt Wolf, theatre journalist, in conversation with @RCArmitage. Thanks for following! #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:41 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: *hear ... Stage, the fear created propels me on into my performance #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:40 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: I don't feel the same kind of fear, I feel adrenaline rising. When I fear Betty's scream before going on...
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9/2 @ 12:39 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: After 13 years away from the stage what is it like to renter that discipline? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:39 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: Warming up. I've found myself in a ritual, spending some time alone in th dark to compose and get into character beforehand #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:38 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: Do you have a pre-show ritual? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:37 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: I do. I listen to a composer called David Darling #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:37 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: Do you listen to music to help focus you? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:36 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: ...is a bit part of it. But it is hard to leave him completely as you have to perform again the next night! #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:35 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: It's a strange process trying to leave the character at the end of the night. Washing off the blood at the end of the performance even..
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9/2 @ 12:35 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: After such a long run how do you leave John Proctor behind? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:34 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: We all put a lot of energy into the play and have bonded as a cast who all continue to give their all in the coming shows #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:34 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: After performing such an intense role would you consider a comedy or a musical next? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:33 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: Going into the final performances do you feel a sadness? How will you feel on 13th Sept? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:32 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: We each used different, personal resonances and experiences in our performances. Yael's experiences also shaped the play #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:31 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: Did you reference these resonances in rehearsal? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:30 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: I have had letters from people from all over the world who have felt this oppression first hand #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:29 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: Miller knew that the play would resonate and continued to be performed #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:29 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: #TheCrucible is an allegory for McCarthyism but also for right now - what resonances did you find? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:27 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: They had very hard lives which we needed to connect with. I worked a couple of days in farms in Massachusetts and had those experiences
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9/2 @ 12:26 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: How do you make John Proctor a 3D character rather than merely a symbol? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:25 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: and other key places and pieces that appear in the play. It felt important #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:24 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: i did. It allowed me to programme sense memories of places I would never normally see. I saw Proctor's house... #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:23 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: Did you go to New England to get a feel for Salem and the place of the play? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:23 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: you try to save energy, but you have to let the play take you over completely and take it step by step #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:22 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: You have to plan your day, we all warm up together and take it step by step #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:21 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: On matinée days how do you deliver two intense performances? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:19 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: I like the fact that audience feel they can really react to what's on stage. You can't be distracted but it creates electric atmosphere
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9/2 @ 12:17 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: Tell us a bit about what it's like to have the audience so close? #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:16 PM
oldvictheatre - RA: much of my work at drama school was in the round. The audience feels much more part of it in the round #AskArmitage
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9/2 @ 12:15 PM
oldvictheatre - MW: What was it about being in the round that was important to you? #AskArmitage
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