Look out for the iceberg

By Faith Oxenbridge In Theatre

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30th July, 2005
A student of Gary Henderson once asked him what it was like getting older. "I don't feel as frightened as I used to," Henderson said, and the student was surprised - he thought it would happen the other way around because children are meant to be fearless and we grow more fearful as we get older. Henderson has spent a bit of time with children and their fears. He was a teacher of intermediate-aged children for five years. "It's a fascinating age. They're starting to develop some independence, but they're still open and not too cool to do silly things like stuff grass down your neck." ...

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