Moon Fool presents STORM17. Jul - 20. Jul 14 / ended 223 Club
17th July – 7.30pm (Preview) 18th July - 7.30pm (Preview) 19th July - 2.30pm/7.30pm 20th July - 2.30pm
Set in a bunker, threatened by the storms of climate change, audiences take refuge with Moon Fool's international company, Moon Fool. Storm is a powerhouse of total theatre, recreating Shakespeare’s The Tempest for a contemporary state of mind.
Four soloists and a twelve strong community chorus draw on original live music and choreography to lead the audience on a journey to encounter a changing world. Evoked by flickering visual landscapes and rhythmically charged new writing, this stellar collaboration of multi-skilled performers meets mix media design to conjure a white-knuckle ride of cathartic immersion, stunning spectacle and breath-taking beauty.
Lead performers: Anirudh Nair, Ezra Khan, Chris-Gerard Heyward, Alexandra Kazazou
Directed by: Anna-Helena McLean
Dramaturgical assistance: Rosanna Lowe
Design: Paddy Molloy
About the Company
Moon Fool plays host to ongoing international theatre and music exchange including Actor – Chorus – Text (ACT) ensemble training, ACT Youth for Education, Day & Night music collective and critically acclaimed productions ill met by moonlight with Christopher Sivertsen (Song of the Goat, Awake Projects), Peter Swaffer Reynolds (NoFit State) and Ian Morgan (Song of the Goat) and solo cabaret, TItania. Founded by Anna-Helena McLean, formerly of world-renowned Polish physical theatre company, Gardzienice, the company is renowned for its unique style combining Eastern and Western European theatre practices to devise original music, movement and text based performance and practice.
Industry Comments on STORM
"Rarely are we graced with such skilled performers and creators of new work that is equally dedicated to the text, the body, the voice and the music"
Jubilith Moore, Director, Theatre of Yugen, San Francisco
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