How would you describe your show in one sentence?
A solo performance that sprung from the confession tapes of American serial killer Ted Bundy.
Is this your first visit to the Pulse Festival, if so what interesting tales have you been told about what to expect?
This will be my third time visiting Pulse Festival. The first time was with The Campsite, an offsite festival-within-the-festival of intimate performances. The second was last year with a one-on-one performance that took place in a parked car around back of the theatre, so I’m gradually making my way into the building.
This will be the first time I have performed indoors at Pulse Festival. So I’m expecting lighting and sound and maybe a dressing room?
How has the show developed on the way to Ipswich?
I have been performing the piece in different places around the UK as well as Athens and Amsterdam over the past year, so it is grown and shifted a bit in response to different audiences. I’m looking forward to seeing how Ipswich feels about the show.
How have you been preparing for Pulse?
I’m in the middle of a UK tour of The Ted Bundy Project, so I’ve been running the piece lots.
What do you think sets your show apart from all the other Pulse offerings?
I’m not sure because I don’t know about all the other shows, but there may not be any other shows that are inspired by serial killers.
What’s the show that you don’t want to miss at this year’s Pulse (apart from your own!)?
Hardy Animal by Laura Dannequin
If your show was an animal what type of animal would it be?
A really quiet mountain lion
Greg Wohead’s The Ted Bundy Project plays the Pulse Festival, Ipswich on Thursday 4 June.
For more information visit www.pulseipswich.co.uk