19 May 2016 at 10.49am | 1 Comment
'Sometimes the smaller you do something, the more you draw the audience in, because you sit on the edge of your seat.'
'To stand still on stage and just be really vulnerable for a second, is something that’s actually really difficult to do,' explains Scarlett.
'It’s something I’ve really worked with Laura on, and something that she’s really good at.'
Frankenstein is Scarlett’s first full-length narrative ballet for the Company – and Morera is one of the first dancers to perform the role of Frankenstein's childhood sweetheart, Elizabeth.
On dancing a new part, Morera says, 'You are developing a character but it’s all there for you. And then you just add the pieces of yourself that you think would work for her.'
Morera says the success of a new work requires the alchemy of all aspects of the stage.
'It’s a beautiful thing when costumes and sets and music and choreography all come together. That’s quite rare.'
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