Cohesion through drama
DENIAL

'The excellent script (James Douglas) captures the radical views of the political party - who regard the decaying site as "a shrine" - while retelling frightening examples of what victims of Auschwitz faced everyday. As well as being thoroughly disturbing, 'Denial' is unashamedly forthright when portraying the extreme views of legitimate political parties that are voicing their beliefs all around the world to this day. This is a humble masterpiece.'

THREE WEEKS EDINBURGH 06

DESCENT

'There have been many theatre productions attempting to tackle the theme of Jewish life in Nazi Germany, but this one strives to be different. The demise of a family is conveyed through one woman, and the solitary action of packing her suitcase. This approach works surprisingly well, and she marvellously tackles the multiple voices and characters of her family, friends and enemies. Each item she buries in the suitcase holds memories, so that once she is completely packed, they satisfyingly provide denouement of the story of her life. There is an aching optimism that good human nature will prevail, and that keeps this performance alive to the end.'

THREE WEEKS EDINBURGH 06




TRAINING WORKSHOPS

' Excellent presentation – the best we have had to date. Very thought provoking'

'The facilitators were very approachable and helpful'

'Good performance that portrayed the harsh message it was intended to give.  In depth discussion was informative and interesting'

'Brought the learning alive!'






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