After the success of sold out shows at the International Festival of New Work, Fingers Crossed are taking their show Central (Story) Line to the Camden Fringe, as well as participating in the graduate season at the Actors Centre.

BA Acting (International) graduates of 2018 Heidi C. Nielsen, Duncan Hodgkinson and Eliah Arnstjerna has formed theatre company Fingers Crossed, along with MFA graduate director Daniela Atiencia who at the moment is in Los Angeles participating in Directors Lab 2018. In July the company will be reunited for the rehearsal period for the upcoming shows in August.

The concept of Central (Story) Line awoke in early 2017 when classmate Magdalena Skerencak introduced the Fingers Crossed actors to two elderly men she witnessed on the tube one evening. The company fell in love with the idea of following these two men from an early stage in their lives to old age. This was the foundation for the show, which eventually expanded and became the time travel that is Central (Story) Line.  

“We are excited to take the show to Camden Fringe and are honored to have been selected for the graduate season at the Actors Centre. As an emerging theatre company, it means a lot to receive this kind of support and it encourages us to continue creating new work and aim higher.”

For now, they are looking forward to their graduate shows at the Tristan Bates on the 31st of May, 1st and 2nd of June, as well as their showcase at the Crazy Coqs on the 14th of June.  

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