TheatreVoice Archive: Ian Rickson
in 21st-Century Drama, Directors, New Writing, Playwrights
23rd May 2019
ARCHIVE INTERVIEW: IAN RICKSON. To mark the approaching tenth anniversary of Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem, another chance to listen to its director Ian Rickson tell critic Aleks Sierz about the leylines beneath the play and his longstanding relationship with the playwright, looking back at Mojo, The Night Heron and Parlour Song. Recorded at the Young Vic, 2010.
“Jez accords articulacy and eloquence to each and every character of his plays, regardless of class, gender or empowerment”