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Actress wanted for R & D

fingersmiths are looking for an actress Deaf or hearing to play a character in her early 20s for 3 days R&D and 1 day public presentation of work in progress at New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich as part of PULSE festival, for their new production ‘War Crimes for the Home’. The play is set in World War 2 and the present day and is about how the actions of a young woman in war time still affect her in older age. 

War Crimes for the Home

We are currently developing our next production for Autumn ‘War Crimes for the Home’ an adaptation of the novel by Liz Jensen, adapted by Anne Pearson. It’s a World War 2 story about love, lust and loss. For more information and to see photos from our research days click on the NOW button.
 
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