I've finally finished editing and producing the last audio version of Fantasy Terrorist plays, The Project After. The previous two plays were online the other year, but the last has taken longer, partly because I wanted to get the original cast together, but also because there was another version online and that took any sense of urgency out of the equation.
I am now working on creating a whole new sequence of works that will play around the world of the War on Terror, so finishing this trilogy seemed important. Each play can be listened to separately, or together, they exist on their own, but there are little links between each. Ideally start with Fantasy Terrorist League, then Keynote Speaker and then The Project After acts as a little coda.
Thanks to the original cast, Keith Hill and Simon Nader, for recording this on location one very windy day this spring.
The Project After by Robert Crighton
With Keith Hill as Mark and Simon Nader as Art
Fantasy Terrorist League - written and performed by Robert Crighton
Keynote Speaker - written by Robert Crighton
With Simon Nader as Sir John Spencer
The Project After - by Robert Crighton
Alternative version by Frequency Theatre (External Link) - http://www.frequencytheatre.co.uk/play/the-project-after/
A Little Learning - by Robert Crighton
Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Wednesday, 12 July 2017
It's been nearly five years in the making, but at last I'm bringing my much acclaimed version of The Summoning of Everyman to London. I had a go with a one off a few years ago, but it didn't come off. This time I'm doing a short run and I've got a new bonus feature for the show - after Everyman, and a short interval, we're doing a reconstruction of a lost play Dux Moraud. Or Duke Moraud - another morality play, but one that is somewhat more... insane. Or it will be by the time we finish with it. The Duke will be played by my good friend Mr Simon Nader, whilst I will fill in the gaps of the rest of the story. It's going to be a great show. More details to follow soon...
Milk Bottle Productions Presents...
The Summoning of Everyman
Adapted and performed by Robert Crighton with Simon Nader
Everyman has been summoned by Death to meet his maker - and he doesn't want to go. This interactive performance brings his struggle directly to the audience, asking them to become part of the story, to stand in the footsteps of Fellowship, Good Deeds and even Death himself. Will you help Everyman make his peace?
Previous audiences have said of the show: “A one man tour de force... gripped from start to finish... a mix of pathos and humour all done with a light touch... a real privilege and honour being there... having volunteered, with no acting experience whatsoever, was guided expertly throughout by Robert... an hour very well spent... I’ve come to see it again! What more do I need to say? In awe of the intensity!”
The Bread and Roses Theatre, Clapham
Tuesday 8th to Saturday 12th August at 7.30pm
Tickets available here - www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/everyman