Audiences often ask writers where they get their ideas from. Maybe a better question would be when. For Grant O’Rourke, it was three o’clock in the morning. One night earlier this year, he couldn’t sleep so he got up and grabbed a copy of Molière’s Don Juan, a play he’d last read two decades ago at drama school.
Until that moment, he saw himself exclusively as an actor. Save for the initial panic of lockdown when so much work disappeared, O’Rourke has built a successful career on stage and screen. His presence in a cast is always a sign of quality. [READ MORE]