Theatre |
13th February 2014

“Innocence there is a mark on you!”

Set amidst the backdrop of WW1, Woyzeck is a startling depiction of the lowly soldier plagued by visions of the apocalypse and plunged into homicidal lunacy by the world around him.
Presented as a visual jigsaw, exploding from one scene to the next, using intense physicality, projections, a haunting soundtrack and beautiful imagery.

The agonizing effects of war trauma and the utter devastation of the downtrodden man still resonate 200 years after the play was first written. As we approach the centenary of WW1, this production takes the audience into a world that is disturbingly atmospheric, darkly comic and heartbreakingly poignant.
The production will be heavily influenced by the styles of Berkoff and Artaud.

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‘Chillingly combines hilarity with horror…this production has a dream-like quality, powerfully evoked by immaculately slick, highly imaginative physical theatre’
(The Stage on Metamorphosis)

*****The versatile cast chillingly combine hilarity and horror (The Stage)

Recommended age 14+

Venue: Theatre


13th February 2014

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