|Title||Time for Change: An Actor's Perspective - Christopher Hogg in Conversation with Mandip Gill|
Whilst research investigating television acting is steadily growing (see, for example: Hewett, 2017; Fife Donaldson and Walters, 2019), there remains relatively little academic work considering the perspectives and processes of television actors themselves. CREAM’s Christopher Hogg has sought to address this lack with his publications and research in the field (most notably Acting in British Television  and Exploring Television Acting ). In Hogg’s most recent work on the monograph Adapting Television Drama: Theory & Industry (2021) he has paid particular attention to minority-ethnic actor perspectives regarding equality, diversity and inclusion in contemporary television drama casting and performance. The following interview signposts the ongoing importance of such research in understanding a significant phase of current industry change.
|Published||21 Jan 2022|
|Web address (URL)||https://cream.ac.uk/features/time-for-change-christopher-hogg-mandip-gill/|