Contagion featured in BBC Four’s Danceworks
Choreographing History (episode 3 of BBC Four’s Danceworks series) focuses on Shobana Jeyasingh’s new production: Contagion. Merle Hensel is designer and Nina Dunn is video designer on this dance piece which will explore the devastating effects of the Spanish Flu during the WW1.
Kiss Me Kate Revival
The Girl on the Train
Romeo and Juliet
Ayse Tashkiran is the movement director of the RSC production of Romeo and Juliet. The production will run in Stratord-upon-Avon until 21 September 2018 – it will then run at the Barbican Theatre 2 November 2018 – 19 January 2019. Click here for more details.
Reviews of Romeo and Juliet
★★★★ Evening Standard ‘wonderfully fresh’
★★★★ The Times ‘bustles and charms and chances its arm and sometimes gets a bit louder or larkier than it should’.
Drama Desk Nominations 2018
Congratulations to our clients who have been nominated for the 2018 Drama Desk Awards!
Outstanding Lighting Design for a Play
Natasha Chivers for 1984
The Hudson Scenic Studio Award for Outstanding Set Design of a Play
Lizzie Clachan for Yerma
Outstanding Projection Design
Andrezj Goulding for People, Places & Things
The Assassination of Katie Hopkins
The Flying Dutchman
The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich
Natasha Chivers is the lighting designer for Robert Icke’s adaptation of Oedipus. The Toneelgroep production opens in Amsterdam on 8 April. For full details click here.
Bingo! A New Musical
Jemima Levick is directing Bingo! – this hilarious new musical is a co-production between Grid Iron and Stellar Quines.
DATES, VENUES AND INFORMATION:
6 – 17 March 2018 EDINBURGH Assembly Hall
22 – 23 March 2018 STIRLING Macrobert Arts Centre
27 – 28 March 2018 AYR Gaiety
31 March 2018 MUSSELBURGH Brunton Theatre
12 – 14 April 2018 GLASGOW Tron Theatre
19 – 21 April 2018 INVERNESS Eden Court Theatre
Olivier Award Nominations
Congratulations to 59 Productions for their Olivier Awards best set design nomination for An American in Paris!
And congratulations to all the nominated productions that our clients have worked on, including:
Best New Play
The Ferryman – Nick Powell (Composer & Sound Designer)
Oslo – 59 Productions (Projection Design)
Best New Musical
An American in Paris – 59 Productions (Projection Design)
Hamlet – Natasha Chivers (Lighting Designer)
Best Achievement In An Affiliate Theatre
Killology – Gary McCann (Designer)
National Theatre Summer Season
Check out the National Theatre’s Summer season featuring:
Nick Powell’s compositions in The Lehman Trilogy – a play in three parts at the Lyttelton Theatre from 4 July.
The critically acclaimed An Octoroon designed by Georgia Lowe, which transfers to the Dorfman Theatre 7 June – 18 July.
The Circuit by Moi Tran
The Circuit is an improvised, durational movement piece conceptualised by Moi Tran, presented by a group of dancers and a live musician. The Circuitous track represents continuum and journey, whilst the action of walking speaks of commonplace, everyday rituals and behaviours that tend to be overlooked.
The Circuit will be performed at the Oval Space on Thursday 18 Jan from 6pm at Oval Space and on Thursday 23 Jan from 3pm at RootStein Hopkins Parade Ground.
The Brothers Size
All’s Well That Ends Well
George’s Marvellous Medicine
The Box of Delights
A Christmas Carol
Fanny & Alexander
Laura Hopkins is designing the costumes for Fanny & Alexander at the Old Vic. The Ingmar Bergman film is being adapted for the stage by Stephen Beresford and Max Webster.
The production runs 21 February – 14 April 2018, find more details here.
Natasha Chivers is lighting designer and Nick Powell provides music and sound design for Bad Roads at the Royal Court. This new play by Natal’ya Vorozhbit tells the stories of women in wartime.
Bad Roads runs at the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs Wed 15 Nov – Sat 23 Dec.
The Last Ship
The Last Ship, a new musical by Sting, will have it’s UK premiere at Northern Stage, directed by Lorne Campbell and designed by 59 Productions.
The production will open in March 2018 in Newcastle before setting of on a UK tour, click here for more information.
People, Places & Things
B and Victory Condition