'The [solo work] process starts very early on with the initial ideas of what the show is going to be about, who the voices will be, and how those voices come together thematically and rhythmically. So, rather than jumping in when the script is finished, it's very much a cycle -- the performer writing, my editing and suggesting, watching them improvising or reading more pages, workshopping it in front of an audience, then doing it all again.'
-- Jo Bonney
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