We spoke with West End's the new Christopher Boone, Siôn Young, about his early memories of Theatre, what he loves most about performing and what "Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" means to him in this new interview!
What is your earliest memory of Theatre?
Have you had any theatrical training?
What was a show you saw that made a big impact on you?
That's full circle right there!
What is it that's so attractive to you about performing?
What are your favorite movies, TV shows and books?
What was this rehearsal process like for you? How do you prepare yourself for a role like this?
What's the most difficult aspect to grasp about your character, Christopher?
Have you seen the show performed live before going into portraying the role yourself?
This is one of our favorite books, and favorite plays, so we want to know: What is your interpretation of the story and why do you think it resonates so much with audiences?
Curious is so unique and so special. In your opinion, how does Curious differ from the other shows on the West End?
Going forward, what kind of productions would you like to see done to attract people to come see shows?
What does Christopher mean to other people, do you think?