One thing I like about travelling is that it seems to be a great stimulant to write something new. My first feature film, LA Hotel - which, before you get all excited, is still at the google docs stage and is eons away from being made - was written in the back of a Ford Fiesta…Read more Writing Jay
I've plunged into my second year in my MA and sort of went "omfg what." Waters are calmer now, with a carefully crafted schedule which also includes timed potty breaks - if I get time at all. But that's the way I like it. I am starring in Samara Gannon's 'The Women of the Agamemnon"…Read more So, what happened to you all?
Under the eagle eye of Matteo Castellino, our actors dig deep into their characters and bring them to life. Watch Celine Abrahams as Emma and Samuel Freeman as James discovering things beyond the script, things about themselves and their other not-so-sweet half. The writer Eleonora Fusco shares what brought her to write the play while…Read more The documentary – Emma and James
One of the most difficult things in fringe theatre is... trust. Trust that you will get value for the money that you pay that unknown writer, with an unknown story; because it doesn't matter how good the actors and the director are (or not!), text is everything. I remember shivering on multiple occasions, in small…Read more The playscript
Tired of reading? Watch us make it happen! The link above brings you to a 10' recount, shot by Jordan Robinson and edited and directed by Matteo Castellino, of what the company has discussed and gone through during our first meeting, plus the hell of a cliffhanger! Stay tuned, a second episode is coming sooooon...! Don't…Read more The documentary
We didn't want to give it all away just like that, but how do you suggest we contain the excitement?! Our Baby, presented by The Lettuce Dream Theatre Company, will run from the 6th to the 10th September 2016 at The Bread & Roses Theatre. Let's proceed, however, chronologically. December 2, 2015 - the meeting…Read more Habemus Theatre!
I have lost a friend last week. He died very young. He was part of a family that almost adopted me during my teenage years - and he was the older brother I never had. He was dyslexic, when dyslexia was not recognised as an issue and he had terrible marks in school. His childhood…Read more In Memoriam – Antonio Zambardino