A Play: On Words
    By The Company/Shardlow/Walsh

    23:00, Wed 29th April – Sat 2nd May 2009 at ADC Theatre
    Easter Week 1

    "You tell me what’s possible and not possible any more. I wouldn’t be surprised if you opened your mouth to answer and a kestrel flew out of it. We’re just worms, all pumped up with God knows what, like white lab rats shut in a box." A Trilogy of darkly comic plays: A comedic mime on the futility of the human condition. 'The Box', a piece of new writing about four strangers trapped in a room.'Conservatory' by Enda Walsh, a short play about a man who is convinced by his friends to kill himself at his own birthday party. Entangled by the themes of language, loneliness and fear of the unknown, these three acts will make for an evening of intrigue, unease and amusement.

    Devised with the aid of 'Complicite' theatre company, this is the perfect project for fans of the darkly comic and the absurd - we are looking for an actor who is skilled at mime, those who enjoy improv, and any actors who are looking to workshop a script and have some fun.



    Production Team

    Co-Director ,
    Assistant Stage Manager
    Stage Manager
    Lighting Designer
    Technical Director