How would you describe your character and in what ways do you identify with her? It certainly makes you more attuned to any audible nuance when it's all you have to establish a rapport with.
She's also an artist in her own right, and has built much of her existence around her work.
It's akin to working with a green screen, but even more precise because we have an audience in the room with us, and we interact very intimately with the virtuals.
Were the projections part of rehearsals from the beginning or were they added later? This is a unique experience for an actor, could you talk about some of the challenges of this production? She's a very youthful person, with all that entails—including a decidedly impetuousness streak.