Projects

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
In the role of Theseus, Duke of Athens and Peter Quince.
New Orleans. The birth of jazz. The music weaves it’s magic.
Performing at The Arts Theatre in London’s West End. 4th-30th August 2015.
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Coming Home
A piece about love.
Devised using Meisner-based acting technique and Open Space principles.
Collaborators include:
– Jaguar Barone. St Leonards Group Theatre. Actor. In the role of The Son.
– Kathy Briscoe. St Leonards Group Theatre. Actor. Exploratory improvisations.
– Libby Brockman. Actor. Exploratory improvisations. External eye.
In ongoing development in 2015. First shared as a work-in-progress at The Music Room, St Leonards On Sea on Saturday 18th April, 2015.

How Planes Fly
Young people and their grownups are invited to a lecture on the physics of flight by a mysterious, unknown veteran aviator.
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Devised using Meisner-based acting technique and Open Space principles.
Collaborators include:
– Libby Brockman. Actor. Exploratory improvisations.In the role of The Daughter. In the role of The Little Prince.
– Freya Berry. Actor, producer and director. Narrative devising.
– Mark Phillimore. Actor. Character-development.
– Debbie Reeds. Life coach. Costume assistant. Photography.
– Ellie Webber. Stage manager. Sound design and operation. Lighting design and operation. Stage management.
In ongoing development in 2015. First shared as a work-in-progress at The London Theatre, September 2014.

Black Mass
By Edward Bond. Produced by Two Sheds Theatre, Directed by Roger Mortimer. Written to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre in 1960. In the role of The Inspector. Performed at The London Theatre, 2014

St Leonards Meisner
Acting Training

Meisner-Jam collaborative acting training workshops

Sea Sky Training bringing Meisner technique-based approaches to co facilitate personal-transformation workshops, courses and retreats with life coach, Debbie Reeds

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