As a member of the audience I don't like it that I can't see what's going on in the eyes and in the face and in the most subtle responses of a performer when I'm more than a few rows back. I find it very frustrating.
Quite honestly, if I were doing work related to a living being or historical being where there was visual or audio recordings available, I would find that extremely difficult because I don't know how you would avoid the process of mimicry. And mimicry, to me at any rate, is a very dull prospect.
Making a film, setting it up and getting it cast and getting it together, is not an easy thing.
For about a year, I just didn't know what to do. I did laboring jobs, working in the docks, construction sites.
Peter Lewis Allen
Gary William Flake