All the world's a stage
It is time, well the YTC show opens tonight in the Civic Theatre, it has been a great run up to this. We are here in the Civic for two nights then the set gets loaded into a truck & were all off on the ferry Saturday for a long journey to the Arthur Cotterell Theatre in Kingston upon Thames for the International Youth Arts Festival. We shall be doing four runs during the course of the festival along with some street performances throughout. Good Luck to the whole cast & rest of the crew it is going to be great. If you happen to be around London during the festival why not swing by & catch a show.
Whats the story?
Well currently working on the Crafted Creatures exhibition at The Ark. If you haven't been to see it yet, better hurry as it will close on the 27th if March. In other news I can no reveal the secret I was keeping, the YTC is off to the IYAF, & you can read more on it here.
Well whats next for me?
Well that's the big question, what are my plans for this year? Hmm, well there will be the usual YTC show during the summer but this time with a twist if all goes to according to plan that is, going to keep it under my hat for now. I plan on doing some weapons qualifications this year to try get back on track with that. Also maybe learn a new language but not quite sure which one yet, guess we shall se what happens. May fly out to Canada to visit a friend, might make it around the time of the film festival.
Well it's over.
The curtain has come down on the on Never is an Awefully Long Time. Five nights in Project's Cube to sold out audiences was a great success. As always it was a pleasure to work with the Gaiety's Youth Theatre Company. Time & again they don't cease to amaze me at how professional they are, or how much they are will to extend the boundaries of conventional theatre. If you missed it you missed something truly moving, but who know it may appear again, you just don't know.
Gaiety School of Acting: Youth Theatre Company Show!!!
Well it's that time of year again when I start working with the Gaiety School of Acting: Youth Theatre Company on their big production. As always they are brimming with ideas. Read more here.