- Adrian Williams
- Gavin Weston
- Gera Urkom
- Geraldine Swayne
- Greta Pistaceci
- Gudrun Sigridur Haraldsdottir
- Henry MacKeith
- Jan Suchanek
- Jason Gibilaro
- Jayne Taylor
- Juan Jose Bravo
- Martin Lau
- Michael Bucknell
- Norbert Tutsek
- Paul Sibbering
- Pauline Hall
- Reinhard Schleining
- Richard Niman
- Steven Mallaghan
- Guest Artists
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MEDEA by Annouchka Bayley Company
A re-working of Euripides' classic play, by Annouchka Bayley and Company.
When Medea, a foreign queen, learns that her husband, Jason, is abandoning her to marry the King's daughter, she sets down a road that leaves nothing unchanged.
A tale about foreignness, emancipation, passion, and politics.
A highly visual site-specific work, combining performance art with lyrical text.
Feb Thursday 24th - Sunday 28th, 2011
March Thursday 3rd - Saturday 5th, 2011
Attention: Saturday is booked out completely, there will be no tickets at the door. Please come Thursday or Friday. If you are for the wait list, please call 07956910137.
Doors 7:30, performance starts at 8pm; 7/4 pounds.
To reserve tickets, please call 07956910137.
Annouchka Bayley (dir.) leads the Live Art department of NO:ID Gallery, she teaches at Warwick University and Birmingham School of Acting. (website)
Sooz Belnavis (Medea) is a performance poet and painter. She has previously worked as costumière. (website)
Jon Lee (Jason) is the director of Dirty Market Theatre. He teaches as the London Southbank University an the City Lit. (website)
Emily Spetch (Glauce) is currently in training at the Birmingham School of Acting; graduating in May 2011.
Marco Nanetti (Creon), formerly an Engineer, now trains at Birmingham School of Acting.
Jess Sichel (Nurse) trains at Birmingham School of Acting.
Adam Urey (Aegeus) trains at Birmingham School of Acting.
Chiara De Palo (chorus) is a live performer, currently singing with the ENO and performing in Terry Gilliam's Faust.
Amalia Vitale (chorus) trains at Birmingham School of Acting.
Richard & Annouchka Bayley (music)
Jan Suchanek (lights)