There are times when you do a play when you are living in the character over a two-and-a-half-hour period or longer, and you come to the end of the night, and you can feel like you were hit by a truck.
People don't tend to hassle me because when I've got a hat on, I look like a banker. I'm just a plain guy.
When you're just able to distill it down to the idea and the feeling that a character is experiencing in a scene, it can become very, very razor sharp and really clean and really efficient and simple. And sometimes it takes twenty-five years to learn how to be simple.
Whether that's positive or not, people are talking about the Old Vic Theater again with passion and commitment and controversy and debate.
Aung San Suu Kyi