Scripts Spotlight: Going Viral by Brandon Crose

17May

GOING VIRAL BY BRANDON CLOSE

Performed by Laurie Harrington, Steven Mortimer and Marcella Carelli
Directed by Michaela Frances Neal
Produced by Encompass Productions

What happens when Mum and Dad run your life? Or at least your 'social media' life...

Going Viral was performed as part of Bare Essentials, a series of performances featuring new work from emerging and established international writers to showcase theatre at its most elemental.

You can find out more information about Bare Essentials at the Encompass Productions website.

Any attempt to record, reproduce, cover or tamper with any of these copyrighted materials will be considered a breach of copyright laws and will be addressed accordingly. All rights for this recording are the sole property of Brandon Crose and Encompass Productions 2015.

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Scripts Spotlight: Sniper by John Foster

26Jan

SNIPER BY JOHN FOSTER

Performed by Jordan Kouame, Matthew Leigh & Zara Malik
Directed by Michaela Frances Neal
Produced by Encompass Productions

A killer recounts his motives and the people he killed in this dark, thrilling piece.

Sniper was performed as part of Bare Essentials, a series of performances featuring new work from emerging and established international writers to showcase theatre at its most elemental.

You can find out more information about Bare Essentials at the Encompass Productions website.

Any attempt to record, reproduce, cover or tamper with any of these copyrighted materials will be considered a breach of copyright laws and will be addressed accordingly. All rights for this recording are the sole property of John Foster and Encompass Productions 2014.

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Scripts Spotlight: Episode 1, The End of the World As We Know It by Yasmine Van Wilt

29Dec

EPISODE 1, THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT BY YASMINE VAN WILT

Presented by JEu Productions
Written by Yasmine Van Wilt
Performed by Emmanuela Lia 
Directed by Sarah Henley

This is the first episode in an audio drama series entitled The End of the World As We Know It. The series is inspired by and dedicated to Van Wilt's extraordinary grandmother Louise Clarice. Set in a futuristic, mythic world, the piece brings together magical real new historicism, offering a revisionist and magical real history of WWII and the Cold War, from Louise Clarice's perspective.

Any attempt to record, reproduce, cover or tamper with any of these copyrighted materials will be considered a breach of copyright laws and will be addressed accordingly. All rights for this recording, including but not limited to the scripted contents, the song, the monologues, etc are the sole property of Yasmine Van Wilt and JEu Limited.

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Scripts Spotlight: The Art of Tea by Daniel Damiano

15Nov

We are proud to present a Scripts Spotlight: Podcast Performance of The Art of Tea by Daniel Damiano, produced by Encompass Productions.

THE ART OF TEA BY DANIEL DAMIANO

Performed by Carly Halse & Laurie Harrington
Directed by Rachael Owens
Produced by Encompass Productions

Two very refined ladies have a somewhat awkward afternoon tea in this hilarious two-hander . . .

The Art of Tea was performed as part of Bare Essentials, a series of performances featuring new work from emerging international writers to showcase theatre at its most elemental.

You can find out more information about Bare Essentials at the Encompass Productions website.

Any attempt to record, reproduce, cover or tamper with any of these copyrighted materials will be considered a breach of copyright laws and will be addressed accordingly. All rights for this recording are the sole property of Daniel Damiano and Encompass Productions 2014.

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Scripts Spotlight: Thin Air by Tom Coash

8Oct

We are proud to present a Scripts Spotlight: Podcast Performance of Thin Air by Tom Coash, produced by Encompass Productions. 

THIN AIR BY TOM COASH

Performed by Freya Parsons
Directed by Liam Fleming
Produced by Encompass Productions

A high-wire performer takes their first step back into 'thin air' in this captivating, poignant monologue...

Thin Air was performed as part of Bare Essentials, a series of performances featuring new work from emerging international writers to showcase theatre at its most elemental.

You can find out more information about Bare Essentials at the Encompass Productions website.

Any attempt to record, reproduce, cover or tamper with any of these copyrighted materials will be considered a breach of copyright laws and will be addressed accordingly. All rights for this recording are the sole property of Tom Coash and Encompass Productions 2014.

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Scripts Spotlight: Unplugged by Yasmine Van Wilt

26Jul

We are proud to present a Scripts Spotlight: Podcast Reading of an excerpt from the musical Unplugged by Yasmine Van Wilt.

UNPLUGGED, A FOLK MUSICAL BY YASMINE VAN WILT

Presented by JEu Productions
Script and music written and performed by Yasmine Van Wilt
Original dramaturgy and direction by Melina Theocharidou

This podcast is an excerpt from the musical UnpluggedUnplugged is a folk musical disguised as a live music performance. In Unplugged, Yasmine plays Cajun singer-songwriter Antoinette LaFontaine. Antoinette, who has lost her husband and father to oil-related disasters, talks about the inspiration behind her music: the environment and the people she’s loved and lost. Fundamentally, it’s not a heavy-handed piece, it’s a story told from the heart.

Any attempt to record, reproduce, cover or tamper with any of these copyrighted materials will be considered a breach of copyright laws and will be addressed accordingly. All rights for this recording, including but not limited to the scripted contents, the song, the monologues, etc are the sole property of Yasmine Van Wilt and JEu Limited.
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Scripts Spotlight: Scottish Widows by Grae Cleugh

7Apr

We are proud to present a Scripts Spotlight Podcast Reading of a monologue from Scottish Widows by Grae Cleugh.

Grae Cleugh won the Olivier Award for Most Promising Playwright for his first play F***ing Games. Due to the success of the reading of his third play ‘Scottish Widows’ at the last Scripts Spotlight it has gone on to a full production. It will be in White Bear Theatre from May 6th-May 24th 2014.

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Everything Theatre Podcast - Jamie Nicols

16Aug

Welcome to Everything Theatre's latest podcast. Sometimes we interview people just because we find their work interesting, and we think that you may find them interesting too. These interviews aren't part of any 'initiative' - they're just a bit of extra fun! On this occasion, we spoke to actor Jamie Nichols. After working for several years in a regular office job, Jamie was cast in Gutted at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. This has allowed him to venture back into the theatrical industry. We spoke to him about his next role - the legendary Harry Houdini.

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Everyone Theatre Ep 10 - Michelle Flower

29Jul

everyone theatre is a series of interviews with leading theatre practitioners in London. It’s their chance to make the case for getting into theatre, on either side of the curtain. This podcast series aims to look for ways to involve more and more people in theatre, either as audiences or practitioners. This episode features Michelle Flower, co-founder and organiser of the Camden Fringe theatre festival. The Camden Fringe takes place every August and is now in its 8th year. Listen to Michelle. Listen to her discuss how the Camden Fringe came into existence, why you should never accept first price when it comes to West End tickets and how more and more venues are using popular culture to attract new audiences.

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Everyone Theatre Ep 9 - Dawn Reid

24Jul

everyone theatre is a series of interviews with leading theatre practitioners in London. It’s their chance to make the case for getting into theatre, on either side of the curtain.

This podcast series aims to look for ways to involve more and more people in theatre, either as audiences or practitioners. This episode features Dawn Reid, who is Deputy Artistic Director of the Theatre Royal Stratford East.

Hear her speak about how important it is for venues to work with their local communities, why audiences need to feel like they can be themselves at the theatre, and why the Theatre Royal Stratford East allows people to use Twitter during performances in some sections of the auditorium.

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