Documentary theatre is theatre that uses pre-existing documentary material (such as newspapers, government reports, interviews, journals, and correspondences) as source material for stories about real events and people, frequently without altering the text in performance. The genre typically includes or is referred to as verbatim theatre, investigative theatre, theatre of fact, theatre of witness, autobiographical theatre, and ethnodrama.
r seats in the centre on the front row of the circle gave us a great view. Staff were all really friendly and generally it was a great experience.
Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent. Joined by a wise-cracking donkey who won't shut up, this unlikely hero - not a handsome prince - fights a fearsome dragon, rescues the feisty Princess Fiona and learns that real friendship and true love aren't only found in fairy tales. With all-new songs, and an old favourite in "I'm a Believer", this spectacular stage musical brings to life the film's cast of dysfunctional characters and the accompanying subversive fun. The stage musical is based on the story and characters from William Steig's book Shrek! and the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation feature film Shrek, the first chapter in the series of irreverent fairy tales. Running Time:2hr 30min.
with the projected title ‘Documentary Theatre in England, 1963 to the Present Day: its Antecedents and Characteristic Techniques’. 3. Interview with Clive Barker at Warwick University, 18 September 1985. 4. All Peter Cheeseman quotations are from an interview at Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, 27 March 1985. 5. The dispute referred to by Robinson was the struggle between the Shelton Works Action Committee and the British Steel Corporation over BSC's proposals in 1972 to close down steelmaking at the North Staffordshire steelworks. 18. Although Verbatim Theatre does not appear to make conspicuous use of the full theatrical vocabulary of epic theatre (slides, film, placards, et., Gary Yershon pointed out that, as the M. C. figure in Cheshire Voices, his dramatic function was frequently that of ‘verbal placarding’.
Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Tom Amandes, George Czarnecki, Christine Dunford, Richard Fire, Kevin Gudahl, Gary Houston, Tony Mockus, George Murdock, Mike Nussbaum, Peggy Roeder, David Schwimmer, Jeff Still, Ron West, Ed Wheeler and Andrew White. Frogman is a coming-of-age thriller exploring the fragility of the childhood imagination. A ground-breaking Virtual Reality and live theatre hybrid from the ever-questioning, boundary-pushing, curious directive.
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Frequent trains to Stoke-on-Trent from towns in the surrounding area. Stoke-on-Trent railway station is a 10 minute bus ride or taxi drive away. Telephone Booking : 0844 871 7649. Customers wishing to book tickets for The Victoria Hall our other venue need to do so at The Regent Theatre. More Events & Info Visit: Regent Theatre, Stoke.
Redirected from Victoria Theatre, Stoke). The New Vic Theatre is situated in, Staffordshire. It was purpose-built as a theatre in the round and opened in 1986, replacing a converted cinema, the Victoria Theatre, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent.
Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent. For other theatres with a similar name, see Victoria Theatre (disambiguation). As well as drama, the venue was also used for classical and other music. The square layout of the performance area and audience created an excellent acoustic for chamber music. The Lindsay String Quartet performed there regularly in the 1970s. By 1985, over 280 productions had been staged.
Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, The Regent Theatre is a theatre in Stoke-on-Trent, England Constructed in 1929 as a cinema, it is one of several theatres in the city centre an. was then officially reopened on 22 September 1999 with a performance of the national tour of Annie Elizabeth II officially opened The Regent Theatre in October 19993. Since reopening in 1999, the theatre has presented numerous national tours: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Cats, Starlight Express, 42nd Street and The Woman in Black The theatre also hosts an annual pantomime, frequently starring local celebrity Jonathan Wilkes3. "The Regent Theatre & Victoria Hall" The Staffordshire Stoke on Trent Conference Bureau nd Retrieved 22 August 2014. "Victoria Hall" Ambassador Theatre Group nd Retrieved 25 November 2011.