In London, my Frank was much more demonic than any of the Franks that went before. I liked the challenge of finding something different in the character. Instead of wearing green scrubs, I came out in a 1950s high waisted nurse's gown with a pillbox hat. I just had fun with it.
“She's as normal as anyone who's been in the business since the age of six can be. She didn't have a childhood, so she's going to come across as cold and remote. But she's such a sweet cake.”
I'd seen countless Franks in very clumsy, stacked heels and platforms, and I wanted to be very mobile, so I had these 3 1/2 inch pointy black patent leather ankle boots. Because they supported my ankle I could leap around like an idiot. And I did.
We all sing about the things we're thinking; musicals are about expressing those emotions that you can't talk about. It works a real treat