Hollow

Thu 7th – Sun 10th Feb 2013

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“Two pieces of new writing encouraging experimentation regarding characterisation, physicality and staging. ”

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Homerton Amateur Theatrical Society

SUMMARY

'Medea' by Rhianna Frost and Caitlin Derham

"This tainted filth, this broken doll. China on the floor at his feet, but the voice-box still in one piece, crying out for a love strong enough to heal."

An exploration of the inner psyche of one very complicated female, inspired by the works of Euripides, Tenessee Williams and Sarah Kane.

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'Visiting' by Ciaran Chillingworth

A man arrives at an address written on a note he found on his desk. He assumes he is supposed to be looking for something or someone but all he finds is a brother and sister doing the washing, who, aside from a few references to an unknown crying girl, seem intent on making his job as difficult as possible...

‘Visiting’ is a new play that explores the tensions between characters caught up in the oddities and uncertainties of daily routine.

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"Hollow. Empty. Thud. The voices call to me"

"On the basis of tonight’s deeply odd extract, I wouldn’t be surprised to see more of her [Frost's] work on the Corpus stage in future." - Hatch Round-up, The Cambridge Student

Admission:

Homerton College

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