Godspell was a good leap for me; it was a good shop window. And although it pulled things out of my nature that weren’t particularly good, in that I have a sort of insecurity and a desire for perfection, which when mixed is somewhat volatile, so what I was able to do with that show — there were ten of us — is we all developed into a very frank group and we could speak eye to eye with people and say, “What you’re doing there is rubbish. We’ve got to do better than that. That’s terrible. It’s lazy.” You know? And we finally were able to talk to each other like this. I’ve always tried since then whenever I work with people to speak like that.