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"They turned towards him, as if their eyeballs were being pulled by invisible strings. All eyes fixed upon him, the Stranger." The Dream Snatcher
is a powerful and gripping story of dreams, greed, love and loneliness. A small town is thrown into turmoil when a stranger sets up home in its car park. Once Seen theatre company tell this story through a mix of movement, music and accessible contemporary story telling. Once Seen is a new theatre company of 10 adults with learning difficulties. The group meets once a week at is base in York Theatre Royal. Once Seen aims to create and show, one new piece of theatre a year. The 10 adults who make up Once Seen established and run the theatre company, making decisions about everything the company does.Author Kara May. Company Once Seen. Director Sian Williams. Adapted by Sian Williams. Adapted by Kara May.
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