Of Being Alone in a Forest by Tom Morton-Smith

MINIATURISTS 59
Small but perfectly formed since 2005
5pm & 8pm, Sunday 25 September 2016
Tickets: £12 (£9 concesssions)

The Miniaturists is the regular curated writer-led event dedicated to bringing you short, exhilarating, perfectly formed plays. Each show is packed with work from an exciting array of new and established playwrights all of whom see the short play as a form in itself rather than a means to an end.

THE MINIATURISTS is curated and produced by Declan Feenan and Will Bourdillon.

XY: non-gendered new writing

Probable Cause by Ness Lyons

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Whatever the Other Play was Called by Matilda Ibini

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Being Norwegian by David Grieg

The Albany, Deptford.

February 2015.

Presented as part of Gobstoppers, the Stonecrabs Young Directors Festival, at the Albany Theatre, Deptford.

StoneCrabs is a director-led company: its interest in nurturing new directors from all sectors of the community fuels this programme. Each year a small number of young directors go through training programme centred around production, project management and theatre directing. It introduces artistic and practical management tools for the director and encourages an individual approach, utilizing the director’s own vision. At the end of the programme, the participants put their training into practice by producing a festival of staged readings with professional actors, each participant directing a play of their choice. This popular Programme has been running since 2006.

...simply directed by [Jen Tan], who coaxed some first rate performances out of actors Olivia Bromley as Lisa and Ricki Chamberlain as Sean ... How would she be directing Chekhov I wonder? Or grappling with Tennessee Williams? From the talent on show here, I think she would relish the challenge. ★★★★
— Theatre Bubble