The Playwright Must Die In the Director, the Director Must Die in the Actors, the Actors Must Die in the Play

Theatre director Natasha Williams on theatrical interpretation:

"The idea is that everybody dies," she says. "The playwright has to die in the director. And then actors have to die in the play because they have to let go their ego to create a world that is a world of its own. And then of course [the] play goes into [the] audience's mind, and everyone understands it their own way.

"So, you know, it's a food chain. It's a theatrical food chain."