Work in Progress Double Bill

Date:Wed 30 Nov 2022
Time:7.30pm
Venue:J2 (seated show)
Price:Pay What You Feel

Our seasonal double bill of work in progress, made by members of our artist network, Troop. Both pieces are supported by Troop New Ideas Awards (funded by Julius Stobbs). 

samdoestheatre presents
Creepy 

What makes a creepy guy? It’s a question that Sam has been asking himself a lot recently. He’s begun noticing them everywhere. A follow-up to the Total Theatre award-nominated show can’t stop can’t stop, about dangerous and marginalised people, and how we tell the two apart. 

Sam Ross is a theatre-maker and performer, creating solo performances under the company name of samdoestheatre. He creates work which challenges perceived social norms and theatrical conventions, but is also passionate about making his work accessible to all. 

Alan Sieglow presents
The Resurrection of Joy 

A son reflects on the life of his mother, her sisters, and the women in his family.  An unsung story of a working-class everywoman whose gentle strength and sacrifices steered her family through the darkest of times, and ultimately saved them. This is tale about love, of triumph over tragedy and the resurrection of joy. 

Alan Seiglow is a new performer using autobiographical elements as a leaping off point for his stories, to explore the mystery and magic in the everyday, to find strength in vulnerability and humanity in the darkest of places.  

 

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samdoestheatre - Creepy: Suitable for ages 16+ (may contain discussion of paedophilia, sexual abuse, misogyny, racism, antisemitism, homophobia, transphobia, and mental illness) 

Box office and bar open 1 hour before event start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.

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