The idea of music existing “between the notes” seems to be the best description of Heisenberg. A bit like the principle from which it takes its name, that you cannot view a thing and observe it’s momentum at once. The music analogy is more romantic though.
Actress Rebecca Charles has been part of the cast for the UK premiere production of Florian Zeller’s The Father, now on a new tour, since it began, and she’s still getting something different out of it with every performance. I caught up with Rebecca to ask her about this extraordinary play and to chat about her career to date.
A phenomenal and innovative piece which it would have been a travesty to have missed. Actor Kenneth Cranham demonstrated just why he won that Best Actor gong at this year’s Olivier Awards. Florian Zeller’s play, translated by Christopher Hampton, is a masterpiece and not only highlights dementia from a carer’s and family member’s point of view, but the journey that it takes the sufferer on.