Live shows of Writing on the Wall on 9, 10 and 11 July
Live shows of Writing on the Wallon 9, 10 and 11 July
This week, we’re beaming live theatre straight to your living room.
Writing On The Wall is a compilation of short plays – 5 directors,12 actors and 14 fantastic scripts, performed at 7 pm this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Join us for a one time performance. As it’s a real-time event, each show will be available to watch at the time of the performance only (somewhat like in-person theatre, if your memory stretches that far back…).
Congratulations to the winning writers and our cast!
The writing is no longer just on the wall – it’s been put to virtual paper and we have chosen the best ones for our Full Stack show. Many thanks to all writers for their submissions; we had a fantastic time reading all of your plays, and a difficult time picking the ones to win. Book your tickets for the performance now!
But we did have to pick and it is our pleasure to announce the winning writers and their plays for this year’s Full Stack. Drumroll please!
100 Ways The Fire Starts — Max Wilkinson Best Before — Jonathan Skinner Box of Joy — Ken Preuss Don’t Cross The Line Of The Army — Stephen Reimer Filling Time — Danielle Florence Hunting — Timothy King In Full Bloom — Paige Zubel It Just Is — LH Grant Like Frogs — Hope Shooter Lost Judgement — Rex McGregor Paper Girl — Jim Moss That Place — Alison Cowieson The Poe-Ster — Judy Klass You Haven’t Changed a Bit — Donna Hoke
And of course we need actors for these scripts, so it is double the pleasure to announce our wonderful cast:
Anie Hu Anjali Dwesar Caroline Beckett Doug Dunn Jamila Jennings-Grant Kate O’Rourke Katie Mainwood Maddie Dunn Matt Tylianakis Matthew Ali Rahul Singh Tom Cunningham
Our Full Stack show, Writing On The Wall will be performed live online on 09, 10, and 11 July from 7pm.
Merkin and her intrepid intern Michael get their first case! Phil Grange, Cam Girl (sorry, Visual Simulation Artist) has been having issues with his Virtual Desires Platform. Is this linked to Mr Nibblesworth? Probably not.
Since the beginning of the year our intrepid devising cast have been beavering away on their new future noir play – Snatch & Merkin. At some point the future… actually happened. But undeterred they have refocused their creativity, and re-written for video! Appropriate… do film noir, better film it…
Over the next several weeks they are going to be releasing 8 video episodes for your delight at home, culminating in a live online performance on 14 June. First episode airs this Monday!