Voices of Gallipoli: Out LoudListen now | I’d like to institute a new oral tradition: the public reading of veterans’ personal war testimonies as a way to remember their service and sacrifices.
We're not audiences, we're vidiences. It's cramping my style, and your experience.
A memorial plaque on a park bench, Bury St Edmund’s Abbey, November 2021
I’m playing with using a teleprompter as an easy, light and flexible way to present more dynamic, engaging and insightful play readings for performance…
Luck. I hate the word. I can’t get it out of my mouth. It sticks in the throat like a furball, with all the other ‘uck’ words. Yuck. Muck. Fuck. Truck.
A Long Day's Journey into Night is much shorter if the actors just perform the stage directions. But would it make any sense? Or could it make more?
Part 6. The final chapter of a play about people who are tied together for better and worse, by family, love, hate and fate.
Part 5. A play about people who are tied together for better and worse, by family, love, hate and fate.
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Citizens of Nowhere by Arthur Meek