Posts tagged ‘theatrevoice’

2 December, 2010

Writer and performer Michael Laurence on Krapp, 39

Recorded for theatreVOICE at the Tristan Bates Theatre, 27 November 2010

Interview: Michael Laurence. After a brief extract from the work, the writer and performer talks to Matt Boothman about his new play, Krapp, 39 (Tristan Bates Theatre), which is an autobiographical piece in which Laurence, a Samuel Beckett fan and inspired by Krapp’s Last Tape (1958), creates a diary using video, a laptop and audio recording on his 39th birthday.

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14 September, 2010

Theatre Delicatessen and the site-specific Souk

Recorded for theatreVOICE at 3-4 Picton Place, London, 13 September 2010

Interview: Jessica Brewster. The Joint Artistic Director of Theatre Delicatessen talks to Matt Boothman about the company’s occupation of derelict spaces in affluent areas of London, and about Theatre Souk, a ‘theatre marketplace’ in which acts and audiences haggle over what each performance is worth. Recorded at 3-4 Picton Place, London.

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2 September, 2010

Edinburgh 2010 – David Leddy and Sub Rosa

Recorded for theatreVOICE at Underdogs, Hanover Street, Edinburgh, 24 August 2010

Edinburgh 2010: Writer and director David Leddy, of Fire Exit Ltd, talks to Matt Boothman about his critically acclaimed show, Sub Rosa (Hill Street Theatre), a Victorian gothic promenade through a dark world of secrets and revolt. Expletives not deleted.

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13 July, 2010

One-on-One Festival of intimate theatre

Recorded for theatreVOICE at Battersea Arts Centre, 7 – 10 July 2010

Interactive special: I talk to BAC’s joint artistic director David Jubb about the venue’s One-on-One Festival, the first ever of intimate theatre which plays to audiences of one person at a time, and then with practitioners Emma Benson (You Me Now) and Sheila Ghelani (Nurse Knows Best).

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20 June, 2010

:DELIRIUM:

Recorded for theatreVOICE, 19 June 2010

Interview: Ollie Kaderbhai and Poppy Corbett. The Artistic Director and Associate Director of :DELIRIUM: talk to me about staging their debut promenade production, Your Nation Loves You, in the Old Vic Tunnels underneath Waterloo station.

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18 April, 2010

non zero one

Recorded for theatreVOICE at the Barbican, 15 April 2010

non zero one founder members Iván Gonzales, Cat Harrison, Fran Miller and Alex Turner talk to me about their debut show, Would Like To Meet, in which the audience explore a series of environments in the Barbican Centre while led by a voice heard through a pair of headphones. With excerpts from the production.

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