UNION in promenade

We’re three nights in, three to go, and the nerves are yet to settle. Not because I don’t have absolute faith in the team but because we are in promenade, the audience acts as the seventh character and so much of the performance is reliant on their willingness to engage. Should you wish, you can move around the space and… Read more →

Rehearsing For UNION

Union opens in less that two weeks time. There’s been a great dynamic in the rehearsal room. Robin, playing MICKEY, has a puppy like enthusiasm met with bull dog tenacity. Andrew’s (FOSTERS PHIL) directing experience encourages a lot of discussion in the room, leading to a great deal of thought and understanding informing performance.┬áJo, our TRACY, amongst being extraordinarily hardworking… Read more →