What is your favourite swear word?
Favourite, “Cunt” – delicious in the mouth (innuendo intended)
Most used, “Fuck” – and it’s various conjugations (pun intended)
For particularly frustrating moments (and only to myself) I find a whole improvised emphatic grammatically incorrect string of random expletives very useful.
What are you wearing?
Oh, um… undies.
What is love?
1) An English word used to linguistically interpret strong feelings of compassion, affection, appreciation, attraction, attachment…
2) Freedom and liberation from fear / Pure creativity / An incredible flow of boundless, open energy
3) The Beast (reference: Bloodletting, Concrete Blonde. circa 1990)
What was the last show you saw, and how many stars do you give it?
I saw two shows last week. Stars, out of 5… Stop Kiss 4 1/2, and Once In Royal David’s City 3 1/2.
Is your new show going to be any good?
I’m in a repertory season of two Shakespeare plays! And yes… yes… a thousand times yes!! Twelfth Night, Or What You Will is a remount, so we already know it’s a wonderful, lively, hilarious, moving, joy of a production! You won’t have seen a Twelfth Night like this ever, come along! And… All’s Well That Ends Well is going to be remarkable! Reshaped and freshly interpreted. A rarely performed Shakespeare, it’s an absolute must see, don’t miss it!
Megan Drury is appearing in Twelfth Night and All’s Well That Ends Well.
Show dates: 27 Mar – 12 Apr, 2014
Show venue: Seymour Centre