nucking futs, after woyzeck
25-26 July 2014
The Tramshed, Woolwich
A group of young people grapple with Woyzeck, questioning with brutal honesty and exhausting physicality the stigmatisation of mental health in the society they live in.
Director / Designer: Tara Robinson
Created for and by young performers from Greenwich & Lewisham Young People's Theatre, with Sound Design by Edward Lewis
Developed as part of "Progression", funded by ACE, co-produced by Company of Angels (now Boundless), a programme that guides young people through a professional theatre-making process.
political me: apology songs
2 Feb 2014, 19 March 2013
Arcola, Camden People's Theatre, Basement (Brighton), BAC (scratched Dec 2012)
A comic theatre journey borrowing the trimmings of a cabaret and concerned with lifetime of avoiding politics.Created by Tara Robinson,
with extensive improvements from Dominic Conway, Edward Lewis and Zoe Morgan.
This piece was presented in an early form on 19 March 2013 as part of Sprint Festival: New Adventures in Theatre at Camden People's Theatre. It featured Mairead Cumiskey, Hatty Jones and Daniel Chambers. It has also been presented in scratch form at Battersea Arts Centre (Dec 2012) and as part of The Supper Club at The Basement, Brighton (April 2013).
2 - 4 August 2012
Camden People's Theatre
"It's not a big budget show, but its tenderness and honesty - as well as the songs and jokes - make it hugely endearing and a great success" - Kate Mason, OneStopArts
A trio of Rogers ask "who cares about the greater good?" With tenderness, honesty, dancing, sadness, and a couple of songs. Created by the company including Tara Robinson, Hatty Jones, Alex Pritchett and Tim Gutteridge, with sound design from Edward Lewis.
Supported by Old Vic New Voices & somewhereto_