First time seeing a bit of costume today, it's funny how much it can transform you and make you think of their style and dress sense. We've spoken a lot about how characters communicate with their eyes, so I'm wondering how considered their outward appearance is.
Are they dressing well and presenting the best version of themselves to hide a flawed interior. Does dressing nice and looking respectable TRULY reflect who you are within?
More text work today and our presentation of research. I learnt a lot about aspects of our play, including some disturbing truths about women's rights in the Elizabethan Era. We even got a pretty comprehensive history of The Vibrator too... and just for people minds to start to wander I'm going to leave that there. End of the first week tomorrow! Excited to get into more text work.
Alex Bird (Alonzo)