Directed and adapted by Kira Atwood Youngstrom
Original Music by Kyle Acheson
How far would you go for the one you loved?
The not so secret marriage of the Crown Princess to the daughter of a lowly soldier sets in motion a tale of wandering and warfare, spanning nations. Loyalties will be tested, hearts will be broken, and ancient secrets will be revealed…
Directed and adapted by Caitlin Fisher-Draeger
Original Music by Devan Wardrop-Saxton
What happens when our insecurities get the best of us?
What is our capacity for forgiveness?
The Winter’s Tale explores the deepest bonds of human connection: love, friendship and duty.
Best known for the stage direction “Exit pursued by a Bear”, The Winter’s Tale is one of Shakespeare’s most compelling plays. Spanning two worlds and 16 years, it is both a tragedy and a comedy. Produced in true Anon it Moves fashion, this production contains original music by Devan Wardrop-Saxton, physical story telling (including performances by The Circus Project Training Company), and an ending with a twist.
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Elizabeth Watt
The dead King will not rest and calls Hamlet to be his avenger. Consumed with grief and further transformed by the betrayal of her first love, Hamlet determines to overcome her melancholy and avenge her father’s apparent murder.
With the Spirit world awake, fingers of inevitable doom begin to unravel the kingdom.
Will anyone survive?
By Tom Stoppard
Directed by Emily Gregory
Follows two minor characters from Hamlet as they navigate the dusty corners and fateful fringes of Shakespeare’s epic tragedy in what is perhaps the most intelligent and inspired fanfiction in all of contemporary theatre. Missteps through memory, blunders at court, identities construed and misconstrued, and a particularly foreboding encounter with the law of probability all make this a delightful and illuminating companion to the most classic tale of all.
Directed and adapted by
Original Music by Sarah Peters and Kyle Acheson
How and why are our heroes made?
What is the cost, both to the heroes themselves and to the people they inspire, of making (or unmaking) them? How does history become myth, and myth become history, and is one process any more or less dangerous than the other?
Using devised movement anchored by Shakespeare’s dynamic and evocative language, this piece will engage with these questions, seeking to breathe a certain kind of life into the theatre of war.