Daisy Boulton shares with The Pickwyck her training at RADA, the tremendous touring production of A View From The Bridge and her personal tastes in books and plays.
Where did you grow up and how did you get started in theater?
What is your earliest memory of theater or first show?
You started theater from a really early age but you also write music, where did that come from and did you start at an early age too?
What is your favorite movie, book, play?
You were trained at RADA. Did you have any teachers or instruction that engaged you or made you perceive something differently in the craft you were learning?
Is there any advice that you carry with you or that has stuck with you, throughout your schooling and career?
The tour for this production recently started, how has the journey been so far?
This play is written by the legendary Arthur Miller, had you read it before you got the part?
Arthur Miller is an American playwright who writes a lot about the American dream and similar themes. This play takes place in Brooklyn. How is this play interpreted for and received by an English audience?
During the course of preparing for your role was there anything you learned about your character Catherine that made you change the way you portrayed her?
There’s a quote from this play said by Alfieri about Eddie “His eyes were like tunnels; my first thought was that he had committed a crime, but soon I saw it was only a passion that had moved into his body, like a stranger.” What is your take on this quote? What are your perceptions of the relationships in this play and how do you work those out on stage every night?
11. How has it been working with this principal group of actors so far?
Why should people come watch this production?