Family hang-outs can go very late into the night and involve lots of music.
— Yael Stone
My working history as an actor is definitely in the theatre; it certainly was in Australia.
Prison makes an interesting context for so many different characters to come together. You get to see what lines get drawn between people.
I never want to be anywhere else than in the rehearsal room. I mean, it's so lame to say, but it makes me supremely happy to work with people and to talk and invent and laugh.
I've definitely had those moments when I think a relationship with somebody is one way, and then it just flips.
In Australia, kids play in American accents.
Australia has a very big history of incarceration. What does that mean to us? What does it mean that we came over to a country that's not necessarily ours and filled it with white prisoners?
It's really interesting working in television as opposed to the theater, where you know the arc of the character and you are able to create this whole backstory.
One thing that is not to be underestimated is American culture's influence on the rest of the world.