[Stein has also been invited to stage Troilus and Cressida for McMaster's final Edinburgh festival next year and then take it to Stratford as part of the RSC's year-long Bardathon.] If I do it, ... I will dedicate it to John Barton. I never forget his 1960s production and its focus on Hector and Achilles. I was also thrilled by the scene where Cressida comes to these Greek assholes and everyone wants to screw her. It was fantastic. But I always steal from others. We directors are not giants. We are dwarves all standing on each other's shoulders in an effort to reach the text.