Welcome to MEDEA The journey to this moment where we now share in The Substation Theatre has been a relentless one. It began 18 month’s ago in a room upstairs with me trying to put to words, and question, why theatre matters. That question brought me to Bangkok to meet Tua Pradit Prasartthong, who showed […]Read more "MEDEA: Director’s Note"
I think the draft of my previous post was deleted. It was to share that the venue and concept for MEDEA had undergone a massive shift due to a change in venue. I will no longer be able to stage MEDEA at the Lasalle SIA Theatre. It will now be at The Substation Theatre. It […]Read more "Updated Synopsis for MEDEA"
Medea will be seen onstage on September 26 and 27, which means deadlines are starting to loom. Pulling the production together plus my own acting and teaching commitments (a boy’s gotta keep things financially afloat!) means things will get hairy if I don’t plan well. Marketing is a strange animal. It involves defining and carving […]Read more "Marketing and Medea"
We continued to explore and incorporate Bharatanatyam into the body. It is a really crash course for Jo and Farah, and I think a new way of working for Ruby combining text and the dance. With the end goal as the presentation in 3 days time, the learning curve is really high; everything is being […]Read more "Finding Medea: Day 3"