We’re busy in post-production for Rogue Tyger and preparing for a special live performance later this year, but a recent piece we caught on BBC Radio caught our attention.
Jonathan Stroud, an author of appropriately fantastical tales, talks about his family’s tradition of telling ghost stories.
His anecdote of communal storytelling reminded us of one of reasons we have two anthology series in development (Through the Looking Glass and Through a Glass, Darkly). Both aim to have that immediacy you get from storytellers and, in the latter case, give you a good scare from time to time.
We’ll have more details about both series later this Summer.