Clare Watson says Let the Right One In is a love story, vampire myth and message about bullying. Photo: Iain Gillespie

Watson’s Black Swan debut, playful and provocative

Much sought-after for her directorial talents, Clare Watson is now in the midst of showcasing her debut for Black Swan Theatre Company, Let the Right One In.

Ms Watson has been interested in the story since her time as artistic director with St Martins Youth Arts Centre, in Melbourne, before her role at Black Swan.

She said Black Swan would be the second company to produce the play, following Canadian producer Marla Rubin, who showed her production at the National Theatre of Scotland and will be travelling to Perth to witness Ms Watson’s take.


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