We performed our piece to a small audience at Z-Arts Centre in Hulme on the 30th April. The show follows the story of Peter, who loses his brother in a car crash and suffers from PTSD, and his development and recovery with the help of his friend Jess.
With some of our budget for the show, we have purchased four pieces of light equipment - a reel of colour-changing LED lights, a colour-changing spotlight, a set of lasers and a colour-changing rod light.
We have just made our first purchase of set for our production in the form scaffolding which is adaptable, having many different possible functions in the show, and making it easier for us to create different dimensions to the spaces that we're performing in.
We are adapting and rewriting our play The Small Things to further explore the effects of loss and grief on young people; with particular focus on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).We think that it's important that topics that are often considered as being t
When we created our show Finders Keepers back in J...
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