From Anthony D’Alessandro of Deadline:
‘Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany On Female Empowerment In TV & Her Favorite Clones
“The thing about the characters in improv is that you can create hundreds of them, and then you have to remember those that came out of the previous scene. You call them back. There’s no props, no costumes, and on Orphan Black, improv serves me. Improv has given me strength. My favorite improvisers are courageous and those who say yes to things in a scene. The notion of saying yes helps me every day on set, especially when I have to switch characters half-way through the day or play characters off the top of my head.” Continue reading.
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