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|Daniel Radcliffe discusses How to Succeed musical, life after Harry Potter, London Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiere with Philippines Inquirer|
|News - Newsflash|
|Written by Red|
|Saturday, 23 July 2011 17:14|
Daniel Radcliffe recently sat down with the Philippines Inquirer to discuss his work in How to Succeed, adjusting to the end of the Harry Potter series, his short trip to London to attend the world premiere, and separating himself from his iconic role.
You left New York to attend the recent London premiere and then flew back here immediately.
How did you acquire that incredible voice?
Were you able to reach those notes right away?
Aside from the singing lessons, how else did you train for this marathon role?
How is your bonding experience with the cast in “How to …” different from “Harry Potter”?
In this show (“How to…”) it’s a different experience that you have of being in a cast. Because you really do rely so heavily on each other. You help each other out and be there for each other when stuff goes wrong. There’s a real company feel. We have a really great company. And that applies to not just the cast but also the crew backstage who are just as hardworking and happy to be here. But going though the rehearsal process, at certain times you’re all slightly vulnerable, messed up and thinking that you don’t belong there. You see each other through that phase which is lovely.