FROZEN

National Tour – Spring 2014

Frozen

First in a series of modern classics was Frozen by Bryony Lavery which we co-produced with Birmingham Repertory Theatre in Spring 2014, followed by a short national tour. It was performed by 4 Deaf actors and 2 hearing actors in a visual and physical style. Frozen tells the story of three people affected by the disappearance of 10 year old Rhona.  Nancy, her mother, Ralph who abducted her and Agnetha, a psychiatrist who is studying what causes men to commit such crimes.  The three people’s stories intertwine over a period of 25 years as the play explores grief, emotional paralysis and forgiveness. It was performed in BSL and spoken English.

We performed at:-

Birmingham Repertory Theatre, followed by a tour:-

The Albany – Deptford, New Wolsey Studio – Ipswich, Stratford Circus – London, Octagon Theatre Studio – Bolton, artsdepot – London & The Key Theatre Studio – Peterborough.

 

 

 Cast (click for photos)

Nancy – Jean St Clair & Hazel Maycock    

Ralph – Neil Fox  &   Mike Hugo    

Agnetha – Deepa Shastri & Sophie Stone

Appearing on film – David Ellington &  Tyrone Huggins

Director – Jeni Draper

Designer – Jo Paul

Lighting Designer – Ian Scott

Sound Designer – Becky Smith

Video Designer – Benjamin D Cooper

 

Our production brought a new perspective to this modern classic by working with a double cast. Each character was played by 2 actors one working in BSL the other in spoken English. 

Alongside the production we offered a range of workshops and engagement options. Please click here to contact us or Isobel Hawson (Producer) isobelhawson@me.com Tel: 07889 784854 

 

We are grateful to the generous support from:                                                       

                         

                               Hackney                             NSPCC                       SIV-logo-xl.jpng             

 

The NSPCC is pleased to be supporting the talented team at fingersmiths on their production of Frozen.  Raising awareness of child abuse and the impact it has on young people and their families is at the heart of the NSPCC’s aims and we’re grateful for the opportunity to be involved in this production.

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