Catherine Cohen took home Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, with a jaw-dropping show bursting with wit, originality and layer upon layer of irony. Her angle of attack, mocking the audience for being so pathetically in love with her, allows her to take huge risks on stage, in a character that was grown through vast quantities of just the right sort of stage time. We talk about why she loves the occasional "stone-faced" audience-member, about playing to win and succeeding, surviving burn-out, and why she can't stop "freaking out about absolutely everything"...
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Published: 4th June 2020. Length: 59 minutes.
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