|Margaret Cameron, Opera for a Small Mammal|
photo Daisy Noyes
The RealTime archive includes responses to Margaret’s work and an article by her, “Art & care: where life and death connect,” which she wrote for us in 2013.
Virginia Baxter’s un-archived 2000 interview, “The other side of Nightfall,” with Margaret and fellow actor Ian Scott, also appears in this edition of Profiler. It’s a wonderfully incisive account of the nature and complexity of acting in general and in response to a particular text, Joanna Murray-Smith’s Nightfall, and Jenny Kemp’s direction.
The text of Margaret Cameron's Things Calypso Wanted To Say is included in the Currency Press volume Performing the Unnameable (1999).
Selected articlesto drive the work, compel the listening
Mary Ann Hunter
a revealing partnering
an unrelievable urge
unravelled and re-woven
Art & care: where life and death connect
The consolations of philosophical theatre
The Light Room
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