Spoiler Alert Look away if you don’t want to see how the two different endings of our adaptation of An Enemy of the People play out.[ezcol_1half]Half Column Blue Ending The vote goes with Mayor Stockmann and the Doctor is declared an An Enemy of the People.[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end] Yellow Ending The vote goes with Doctor Stockmann. The year is 2050. [/ezcol_1half_end] Continue reading An Enemy of the People – A Tale of Two Endings
e were very proud back in 2014 to feature in the Arts Council England report: Sustaining Great Artcommissioned from Julies’ Bicycle. You can read the report here: Sustaining-Great-Art. The latest updates of the three year project have been published here. Continue reading Sustaining Great Art
[ezcol_1third] [/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_2third_end]You are on an aeroplane – there is a problem and the masks drop down to provide more oxygen. What do you do? Put the mask on the child sitting next to you on your left, the person sitting on your right who is having a problem with theirs, or your own? Which one do you put on first? a) the baby’s b) … Continue reading Dilemmas of modern day life
[ezcol_1third] [/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_2third_end] At the end of 2010, when I decided that 2011 should be a year of Alarums and Excursions exploring Optimism, I set myself a challenge to experience 80 new forms of cultural endeavour. This might consist of visiting new venues, cultural institutions/establishments, experiencing the work of new companies and artists and/or seminal productions I had never seen. This all came under the … Continue reading Through the Looking Glass: a director turns writer
On the long road to creating A Do-Gooder I’ve been asking people what stops them from acting on climate change and doing all the right things we know about which could help alleviate the situation. Everyone was really generous in offering their views. http://www.devotedanddisgruntled.com/events/devoted-and-disgruntled-8/reports/the-intention-action-gap-with-biscuits/ Continue reading I went to D&D8 and I took biscuits
[ezcol_1third] [/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_2third_end] It all happened by accident, as these things tend to do, in a chance conversation with an actor, a woman approaching her 50th Birthday. We were talking about who gets listened to and why. How forthright and confident women are received still by our peers. It was one of those “I know” moments which turned into a project and prompted me to revisit … Continue reading An Enemy of the People – and the Doctor’s a woman!