Staff & Students
3rd year BA Actor’s Rep season
SHOWINGS: MON 8TH. SAT 13TH, WED 17TH, THUR 18TH
BY BERNARD MARIE KOLTES, ENGLISH VERSION BY MARTIN CRIMP
“KOLTES - A PIONEER OF A WHOLLY NEW STYLE OF DRAMATIC WRITING” The Times
IVY ARTS CENTRE3rd year Actors Rep Season
Showings: TUE 9, FRI 12, TUE 16 AND FRI 19 FEB
ADAPTATION BY FRANK GALATI, BASED ON THE NOVEL BY JOHN STEINBECK“IT’S HEARTBREAKING, BUT IT’S A HELL OF A RIDE.” Backstage
Showings: WED 10, THU 11, MON 15 AND SAT 20 FEB
BY THEATRE WORKSHOP‘THIS IS A SHOW WITH TEN MILLION HEROES’ The Scotsman
IVY STUDIO 23rd year Musical Theatre Rep season
Showings: WED 10, FRI 12, SAT 13 AND SUN 14 FEB
MUSIC BY GEORGE STILESBOOK & LYRICS BY ANTHONY DREWE
“BEING DIFFERENT IS NOT A BAD THING TO BE”
Harnessing shadows: Darkness and the theatrical experience
RESEARCH SEMINARScott Palmer
Followed by a 'dialogue on darkness' with Scott Palmer (University of Leeds), Martin Welton (QMUL) and Adam Alston (University of Surrey).
KWAIDAN Rouge 28 TheatrePUPPETRY SEASON
TALKING SHITA Spoken Physical Monologue about a World Without MeaningDavid Glass
IVY STUDIO 22nd Year Actors
Showings: THUR 3 TO SAT 5 MAR
BY NOËL COWARD“..A SEETHING SOCIAL PANORAMA…THE PLAY CONSTANTLY INTRIGUES…A REVEALING PORTRAIT OF COWARD’S DIVIDED SELF” Michael Billington, The Guardian
Showings: THUR 10 TO SAT 12 MAR
BY CLARE BOOTHE LUCE
YVONNE ARNAUD THEATRE3rd year BA Musical Theatre students
Showings: SAT 12 TO SAT 19 MAR
IVY ARTS CENTRE3rd Year BA Actors
Acting Showcase 2016
An opportunity to see the work produced by third year Acting students in a unique showcase prior to a performance for industry professionals in London’s West End later that week.
Dr. Rachel Hann (University of Surrey)
Showings: THUR 17 TO SAT 19 MAR
BY R C SHERRIFF
The Electric TheatreHere’s Where I Stand
JACKIE THE BABOON – work in progressAndy BrunskillPUPPETRY SEASON
RESEARCH SEMINAR | Professor Andy Lavender
Dr. Sarah Lewis (KCL) and Dr. Matthew Wagner (Surrey)
Pursued by a Bear Productions & Tiny Dynamite, Philadelphia in association with South Hill Park, Bracknell present:
The Lamellar Project by Grant Watson
Direction - Helena BellDesign - Cecile TrémolièresLight - Mark DymockSound - Chris Drohan
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