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Arts Fest Preview: Tristan and Yseult's Emma Rice

Arts Festival Preview: Tristan & Yseult Director Emma Rice

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Emma Rice is artistic Director of the Cornish theatre company Kneehigh. She is the director of their production Tristran & Yseult, which will be at the NZ International Arts Festival from 3-7 March.

The production mixes comedy and tragedy, using the ancient Cornish tale of a tragic love triangle to explore love in all its aspects, as a chorus of unloved 'lovespotters' look on.

In the interview, Rice share her thoughts on the production and discusses the workings of kneehigh theatre.

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Arts Festival: Tristran & Ysuelt
Kneehigh Theatre website

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