Photographer...?

Blog from director Alice Lacey (working with writer Alice Birch)...

 

The script is great, the actors are wonderful, the article is infuriating/provocative/making me hungry, there's hardly any time and everyone's eating a lot of food. It's all very greasy. 

Now that's out the way - are there any professional photographers out there? Or failing that people who enjoy the odd snapping session? 
Really, actually, a vague ability to aim and an expensive camera will do. 

Team Alice need you! 
We want an army of photographers to respond to the play that Alice has written over the next two days. If you would like to be involved and have a chance to see your work responding to a play responding to an article (it's all very responsive) then email alicemeganlacey@gmail.com toute suite. Team Alice looks forward to hearing from you.
Read more about Alice Lacey...
Alice is a Creative Associate at the Bush Theatre.

Directing includes: Fantasia (Old Vic 24 Hour Plays), Concensus (Riverside Studios), A Scene in a Kitchen (Tristan Bates Theatre), After the Flood (Old Vic), The Ostrich and the Dolphin (National Tour), Greek Street and Sports (Latitude Festival), Macbeth (Broadway Theatre), Custard (Waterloo East Theatre), Soyuz-40 (Arcola Theatre).

Assistant directing includes: Midnight and Magnolias (Wtermill Theatre), The Knowledge (Bush Theatre), Pencil (Old Vic Celebrity 24 Hour Plays), Moonfleece (National Tour).

She recently won the inaugural Old Vic Time Warner Ignite Award.

Along with actor James Northcote, their actress will be Esther Smith. Read more about Esther below...
ESTHER SMITH graduated from the Guildford School of Acting 2008 with a first class honors degree. Since then she has performed various plays with Company of Angels including,  This Child (Southwark Playhouse), Theatre Cafe Festival Unicorn Theatre, Respect (Birmingham Rep).  Other work includes Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (Mosaika at the Chocolate Factory) . The Author (Royal Court) Trish, in BBC1's Material Girl.

 

Sunday 10 April 2011 // 8:00pm

Southwark Playhouse // Shipwright Yard (Corner Tooley St. & Bermondsey St.) // London // SE1 2TF

Tickets // £10 // 0844 847 1656 (24 hours) or www.southwarkplayhouse.co.uk