Theatre and audiences are slowly beginning to share the same airspace again. We are freshly conscious of breath, but it has always been intimately linked with the dramatic arts.
Director Alfonso Cuarón's gamble on a non-professional has paid off. But how do amateur actors fare once the end credits have rolled?
TV acting has evolved from the early performances of actors like William Hartnell. It's a more subtle craft and quite different from stage acting.
Apes on film once wore monkey suits but today's actors are drawing on techniques of method acting to bring complex, motion captured simian characters to life.