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Leipacher, M. Hughes, C. Kahr, B. MacRury, I. Yates, C. (2017). Identity Theft in the Talented Mr. Ripley Panel Discussion. Free Associations, 18(1):135-150.

(2017). Free Associations, 18(1):135-150

Identity Theft in the Talented Mr. Ripley Panel Discussion

Mark Leipacher, Christopher Hughes, Brett Kahr, Iain MacRury and Candida Yates

ML: My name is Mark Leipacher and I'm the Artistic Director of The Faction and also the Director of this evening's performance of “The Talented Mr. Ripley”. I want to introduce you to our post show Q and A, hosted by the Media and the Inner World research network. Media and the Inner World is an organization that explores arts events from a psycho-cultural perspective. The Faction and Media and the Inner World have worked together over the last three years on discussions following our productions of Mary Stuart and Thebes and for me they're always fascinating and enlightening and enriching parts of the process and so I'm thoroughly looking forward to this event as well. Professor Candida Yates will be chairing this evening's panel of guest speakers and I hope that people will join in the dialogue and continue a debate following on from the production. We hope that the relationship is going to continue between Media in the Inner World and The Faction, and we're actually looking at how psychoanalysts and academics such as Professor Yates and her MIW Co-Director, Professor Caroline Bainbridge can support the production process in rehearsals as they have done for The Talented Mr. Ripley. With that in mind, we hope that we might generate further material in the future, so that's a very exciting development of our relationship. Without any further ado I'm going to hand over to Professor Candida Yates.


CY: Thank you Mark and what a fantastic production.

Audience: Hear, hear.


CY: I'm really pleased that our Media in the Inner World network has contributed to the shaping of this production.

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