Meet the cast – Micha Colombo

micha colombo

1)    What is your full name, and who do you play?
Micha Colombo. I play Andromache in ‘Troilus & Cressida’ and Nicanor & 3rd Senator in ‘Coriolanus.’

2)    What was your fist experience of theatre?
Playing a munchkin in our village panto.

3)    Who is your biggest theatrical hero?
I love Caroline Horton for her honest writing and her vibrant performance energy. 

4)    What are you most looking forward to in the process and performance of Troilus & Cressida and Coriolanus?
How we will shape the space as a ensemble to create different places and moods.

5)    What was the best piece of theatre you have seen this year?
‘Happy Days’ at the Young Vic with Juliet Stephenson. 

6)    What Shakespearian role would you most like to play next?
Henry V. Would love to play about with all the gutsy, muscular text he gets. 

7)    Who would you say is the biggest influence in your life?
My husband. 

8)    If you had to be a cake, what cake would you be and why?
Sticky toffee pudding. Straightforward, bit soft around the edges, good sticking power. 

9)    If you wanted one thing for an audience to get out of Our World at War rep what would it be and why?
Go away with buzzing thoughts around what it means to be a ‘good man/woman’.

10)  We are playing with the idea of both plays are games, what’s your favourite board game and why?
Articulate. Because you can’t play it without ending up red in the face and shouting at the top of your voice, you want to win it that much. Or is that just me?

Articulate_(board_game)

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