: images and video from pony pie performance projects. click the main image for access to full gallery.
Images from “The Great Disappointment of Santa Muerta.” Performed at Glasgow Citizen’s Theatre as part of the National Theatre of Scotland’s REVEAL, a short season of new work from emerging artists. Click the image for the complete gallery from the show.
And this video interview from NTS following the success of the first REVEAL season of new work:
This run was followed by a successful week at Oran Mor as part of the autumn season of A Play, Pie and a Pint, an award winning producer of new writing from around the world. This interview with Suzanna Armitage, PPP’s producer, was created after the opening performance in October 2012:
For Lorna Irvine’s review of the show click here.
Images from “Only Your Pre Formance is Cult,” a collaboration with Iain Cambell F-W. A 15 minute performance intervention devised for Arika12 Episode 2: A Special Form of Darkness.
A recording of the National Theatre of Scotland “Staging the Nation” event “Thorn in Their Side: Nurturing the Thistle of Scottish Political Theatre.” This evening of discussion and performance featured emerging theatre makers and writers as well as established artists based in Scotland. The performance took place at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh Scotland.
For a full version of that event:
Image gallery from “Love Club: Day of the Dead,” the Scratch performance that gave rise to “The Great Disappointment of Santa Muerta.” This piece was performed on November 2nd, 2011 at the Arches in Glasgow.
This montage of interviews documents the artists (of which Amanda was one) who were attached with the National Theatre of Scotland during 2011 and early 2012. This was possible with the support of Bank of Scotland’s Pioneering Partnership with NTS.
Image gallery from “Love Club: International Day for the Prevention of Natural Disasters,” held in October 2011 as part of Bungofest, a micro-festival of culture and art in the Glasgow neighborhood of Strathbungo.
Image gallery from “Love Club: Independence Day,” held on July 4th 2011 at The Arches in Glasgow.
Here are two sets of images from “How Keanu Reeves Saved the World.” The first is from the March 8th production at Glasgow University – a development sponsored by the Film, Television and Theatre Studies Department in conjunction with a masterclass with MLitt students.
The second set is from the September 2010 production for Arches Live at the Arches in Glasgow.