We use puppets to convey the theme of the show. We have puppets, and we use puppets. The puppet is a very popular vehicle for the show.
You use them to convey the plot. You do use them, they are interesting vehicles to talk about this and that.
You know that there’s the theme of ‘the show that nobody wanted’ which can happen, you know, the show in which no one in the history of mankind wanted to watch on TV. That sounds a lot like American Horror Story.
Why did you write it with a female voice?
It was very difficult, but we decided that it was the best way to express the show. That the characters on the show, especially the female characters, they are very expressive with their expressions and the way they react on the screen. And we thought that they would be very entertaining on the show.
How do you work? How do you communicate?
When we create the show, we have to think about how it can be done. What we do, because we’re a small production company, we don’t have a very formal structure [laughing]. We have a very informal structure, sometimes I joke with you that we have four people on the set, but we have four very special people. [laughing] And the show is the same for them, the production is the same. It’s our idea, the show, the concept of the show is very collaborative. We have the writing staff, we have the directing staff.
We do a lot of improvisation, we think about stuff [laughing].
One thing that bothers me is a lot of the times when a female character says something, they do it so differently, in such a way that it is obvious to everybody. And the female characters usually go to extreme in their ways, when they are talking, they are not thinking in an objective way but they are reacting to the events that occur in the movie or TV show. When a character in American Horror Story says something, like, “Oh, my God,” it gets a really great reaction. They say, “Ooh, I was frightened,” but they have to say it so differently that I’ve had to think about, “So how do we get around that and say it, how do we say it?” So that’s always been a little bit of an issue, how do we put them in a different way?
Is it a problem
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