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The Cagebirds: Letting The Bird Out Of The Cage

As a theatremaker, there is always apprehension, excitement and pure terror when putting your work on stage.

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The cast from The Cagebirds brought their energy and creativity to the production!

The cast from The Cagebirds brought their energy and creativity to the production!

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There is a desire to impress and amaze, to inspire, to change, to antagonise. You want your work to be memorable and resonate with the individuals who have attended and shared that liminal experience.

For five weeks my production of The Cagebirds was under incubation; slowly developing, finding life in a very safe space where it was loved, respected and nurtured by everyone involved. As a director, when you take your production into a theatre, you have to detach all those maternal instincts and allow it to stretch its wings and fly. I really struggled to do this with The Cagebirds.

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