The actress Raquel Tillo Clayton he moved to England at the age of 15 to study musical theater at a boarding school. He currently resides in New York, where he continued his education at age 19. “This experience shaped me a lot, because, in addition to identifying a lot with English culture, it made me super independent and gave me wings to, at age 19, go to the States
United. It was a period when I learned a lot and I realized that I can do things on my own, without needing someone to hold my hand”.
In an interview with CARAS, the actress, who returned to Portugal to join the cast of the play Avenue Q, spoke about the importance that these experiences have in what is today. “Without going out there, no
would be who I am today for sure. But part of those experiences happened because I am who I am. Of course, experiences shape you and make you the person you are. Maybe I wouldn’t be so confident
and safe from some things if she hadn’t lived alone out there”.
Read the full interview in this week’s CARAS.
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