In a known property, Rosaline: Kaitlyn Denver talks about creativity freedom

In a known property, Rosaline: Kaitlyn Denver talks about creativity freedom

When it comes to creative freedom and Shakespeare, you may be limited by the fact that these characters have evolved for so long and have been adapted in so many ways. However, when it comes to and the title character that Karaitlyn Denver was playing, she was in a unique position that many people who didn''t even know existed; a blank slate. When she came to the character, she was asked about her jumping-off points.

"Yes, she is mentioned in Romeo and Juliet, but she is a very, very, very small part of the story," Denver said. "So, because of that, it was actually a really exciting prospect because you can do anything and everything you want to, and the character that I met with [director] Karen [Maine] was so much fun on the job. I just appreciated and admired her determination, fearlessness, and drive. I was also enjoying the comedy. I thought it was so easy to have the

Denver explains how she got the chance to play Rosaline from the ground up and really enjoyed how sarcastic and ahead of her time the character ended up being. The comedy part also reflects her as the most "exciting" person in her role.

"I think, yeah, Rosaline, she exists in the original story, but we don''t know much about her," Denver said of a question to the whole cast that asked how they put their own spin on established characters. "And I think I was just a heightened version of myself and sometimes a bit just outrageous and determined. I think she is a person who, like, is kind of ahead of her time."

The film features Sean Teale (), with Minnie Driver, and Kelly Saunders, based on Rebecca Serle''s novel. It will be available on Hulu on October 14th.

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