Monday Feb 19, 2024

Interview with Shakespearean actor Andrew Jarvis

At Inscape Quest Podcast, our purpose is building meaningful conversations about passions, relationships and work. In our recent episode, host Trudi Howley engages in a stimulating conversation with the eminent British actor, Andrew Jarvis, known for his remarkable work as a Shakespearean artist and his many roles in film and television.

Throughout the episode, Jarvis shares his journey as a professional actor, particularly his fascination with the power of voice in the world of theatre. He underlines its foundational importance for an actor in developing characters and portraying emotions effectively.

Delving into his love for Shakespeare, Jarvis recounts how his early disinterest was transformed into admiration after joining the Royal Shakespeare Company. He elucidates how he discovered a blueprint left behind by Shakespeare for the actors to interpret his work, further cementing his devotion towards the Bard’s pieces.

Aspiring actors, Shakespeare enthusiasts, and arts-lovers will appreciate Jarvis’s insights on the intricacies of acting coupled with his own extraordinary career journey. Additionally, he speaks of architecting immersive experiences, the art of creating shared narratives on stage, and the challenging yet rewarding path of making a successful acting career.

The episode concludes with Jarvis’s innovative proposition of introducing Shakespearean productions to unconventional platforms like football fields in an attempt to increase accessibility. He also recites pieces from Richard III, capturing listeners with a taste of the timeless beauty of Shakespeare's poetry.

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Andrew Jarvis Shakespeare Performances


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