Here is where we put our beliefs and our instincts into practice, to see just how well the practice supports the theory. From this body of work, we will research papers and articles so that other practitioners can judge the effectiveness of the outcomes of our Project.
This body of work has four distinct but interconnected standards; please click the links below to get more details.
writing completely new works inspired directly and indirectly out of Shakespeare plays.
Please click here to go to the Shakespeare's Bones page
learning and discovering what Shakespeare's written legacy is all about.
Please click here to go the LivingShakespeare page
understanding Shakespeare's contribution to our knowledge of what it means to be human.
Please click here to go to the Shakespeare's Soul page
expressing the forces that drove Shakespeare's contribution to our knowledge of what it means to be human in new ways.
Please click here to go to the Beyond Shakespeare' page
All our performance work is conducted in the public arena by means of Theatre productions and workshops carried out by the AlternativeTheatre company - please click here to go to the website.
Going to the Theatre in Shakespeare's time was primarily an auditory experience; we are now exploring how our work can be best enjoyed through the medium of voice and sound. We will be conducting workshops to explore this potential, and as part of that, we will be looking at how our one-man Shakespeare-inspired stage plays can be re-presented in audio.
Romeo & Juliet for All Time
Edinburgh Fringe Hairline Award 2005
Nominated for Buxton Fringe Best New Writing 2005
King Lear (alone)
Nominated for the GM Fringe Best Adaptation Award 2018
Nominated for the GM Fringe Best Spoken Word Award 2018
Birmingham Fest Best Adaptation Award 2018