When 30 Days of Blood premiered at the International Festival of New Work 2017 (IF), the response and conversations surrounding the play were electric, exciting, encouraging. On the wave of that success, Eva Ditzelmüller, Simonas Mozūra, and Caitlin Denegre founded Theatre Peregrine. Together with Eduardo Almeida (’18) and Nia Vasileva (’19), they are bringing a … Continue reading 30 DAYS OF BLOOD at EDINBURGH FRINGE
The Class of 2018 presents its showcase on 14 June, 2018 at 1 PM at Live at Zedel at Brasserie Zedel at Piccadilly Circus. The showcase is directed by Head of Course, Zois Pigadas. Running Time: 40 Minutes. https://youtu.be/GPvXQoLrFm8 The showcase will feature all 15 students of the Class of 2018, original work, written and previously perform … Continue reading SHOWCASE – 14 JUNE
East 15 BA Acting (International) Class of 2018 present Chatroom by Enda Walsh and Burn by Deborah Gearing directed by Abigail Graham. This week, Thu 31 May - Sat 2 Jun Standard Tickets: £10/£6 Concs. Tickets: https://www.tristanbatestheatre.co.uk/whats-on/chatroom-burn CHATROOM Bored and restless, William, Jack, Eva, Emily and Laura – spend their time on the chatroom. When a new member, Jim, joins to … Continue reading CHATROOM & BURN this week at the Tristan Bates Theatre!
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 … Continue reading Central (Story) Line at the Camden Fringe!
The 2nd night of The Second Annual International Festival of New Work could yet again turn on the red lights for another two SOLD OUT shows. Generation Z or Uncertainty of a Scattered Mind directed by Eduardo Almeida had the audience rocking to Green Day for a moment of euphoric participation with the actors on … Continue reading IF217 continues with a sold-out Corbett Theatre!
The BA Acting (International) Class of 2018 is proud to present its first film material. These short scenes / showreels were filmed under the direction of Marcus DF White, with cinematographer Matt Ashford and Sound Engineer Lorena Cervera Ferrer. They were filmed on location, in Loughton (Essex) in June 2017 as part of the second … Continue reading Showreels are out!
“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand, they listen with the intent to reply.” This quote, from Stephen R. Covey, expresses director Tongchai Hansen’s approach to the rehearsal process of 17 Days in America, and not only applies to the actors but to himself. His ethos requires the director to listen as … Continue reading Two human beings trying to communicate in “17 Days in America”
Question: What do blood, vegan jokes, and musical interludes have in common? Answer: 30 Days of Blood! “The whole thing started with the image in my head of a girl covered in blood. I didn’t know how it got there – it just was. As I started exploring this girl further, I was fascinated by … Continue reading Love, Lust, Anger, Aggression and Women in a bloody play
A world of seemingly separate people, and a terrible tragedy. Strangers are meeting - or are they really strangers? As the play begins, a series of unique people are forced to interact, and each of their lives is changed by this meeting. Each of the characters in Indigo is based off of an archetype. “I … Continue reading Essence & Archetypes of a different, Indigo World.