Prop making is in full swing for Inverted Spotlight! typo theatr is dedicated to creating a sustainable show and all of the props made today were from recycled and found paper. Take a look at the exciting process below!
This season the Devised Theatre Festival aims to celebrate artistic individuality.
Every student from the Devised Theatre meta company has been working toward this moment for the past four years. It is with their creative ingenuity and dedication that this festival is possible.
Each company member is vital to the theatre pieces created and the festival as a whole, and because of this, the Festival recognizes each member for their growing artistry. This inventiveness propelled the class into creating four unique works of arts that the Festival will be highlighting.
The four original theatre pieces include a musical expressing thespian life; an immersive physical theatre piece that enters the realm of night terrors; a comedic cabaret focusing on millennial issues; and an interactive circus show that explores spectacle and loneliness.
The Festival runs as series A and Series B.
Series A includes Cast! The Musical and REM while Series B includes Jennaration Y and Inverted Spotlight.
The festival venue is York University, Accolade East Building, Studio 209, from March 20th– March 26th 2017.
Join our DT family for a night filled with new, innovative theatre shows!
Limited seating is available for the festival so be sure to reserve your tickets early.
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Tickets are a suggested donation of 5$ for previews and 7$ for shows, payable by cash only at the door!
Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding any questions or further information about the festival. The Festival Production Managers can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Inverted Spotlight‘s set design is unique, transforming a single studio into seven performing spaces. Designed by Yasaman Nouri, the set of Inverted Spotlight is intended to be made from 95%+ recycled material as a step towards practicing sustainable theatre.
Adam MacWha, Technical Director for both typo theatr and Non-Cents Theatre, is working double duty bringing the design of the show to life.