What attracted you to the The Walworth Farce?
It’s a fantastic play and a great part. It’s a great challenge. It’s also a chance to travel the world with it. It’s great to work in other cultures as opposed to just holidaying…
What’s your favourite line?
When my character says: "Can’t imagine John Boy or Jim Bob raising a nasty hand to daddy Walton can ya? Despite all those wood carving tools hanging about their house."
What’s it like working for a company as well respected as Druid?
Fantastic! The acting equivalent of playing for Manchester United! It’s that good.
What are your plans after the tour?
Therapy and sleep! And of course painting and decorating, not to mention the household chores…Oh and possibly a holiday in the wilds of Mayo!
Michael Glenn Murphy was speaking to Glenn Meads
The Walworth Farce runs at the Lowry from 15 - 19 September. For more information, please click here.
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