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Poke (April/May 2013) :: Winner of the 2013 Platform 18 Award: New Directions, presented as part of Behaviour festival in Glasgow and as part of the spring season at Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. A two-hander exploring contemporary sexual politics.
The Great Disappointment of Santa Muerta (May and October 2012) :: Solo show featuring text, puppets and costumes exploring a woman’s journey as she attempts to embody Santa Muerta, the Saint of Death.
Emerge (January 2012) :: An evening of new, fresh work from artists attached to the National Theatre of Scotland during 2011/2012. *Check back for related media soon.
Love Club: Day of the Dead(November 2011) :: Performance event organized by proudExposure and hosted by Drew Taylor. An evening of music, poetry, and performance in celebration of Day of the Dead. I performed a piece called Santa Muerta Monfrooe.
Love Club: International Day for the Prevention of Natural Disasters part of Bungofest (October 2011) :: Performance event organized as part of the Strathbungo Society’s Bungofest, a festival of mirco-performances on Glasgow’s southside. This event also featured performances by Drew Taylor, the Arches Choir, and Julia Doogan. I performed a piece called “The FarmVille Crisis.”
art, money and reasons we do it our damn selves (October 2011) :: Provocation written for a panel discussion on arts funding, DIY artists, and the future.
Love Club: Independence Day (July 2011) :: Performance event at the Arches, staged on July the 4th 2011. This event also featured performances from Drew Taylor, the Arches Choir, Julia Doogan, RSAMD postgraduates.
How Keanu Reeves Saved the World (2010) :: Premiered 24 September 2010 at Arches Live in Glasgow Scotland. Remounted at Glasgow University 8 March 2011. Features Amanda Monfrooe, Charlotte Maslin Prothero and Glynn Forrest.
Battling the Hard Man (2009/2010) :: Created and performed as part of Snapshots (November 2009 and February 2010) a programme of short object-based performances produced by Puppet Animation Scotland as part of Manipulate, an annual festival of visual theatre. This was held in Edinburgh Scotland at the Traverse Theatre.