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Performance

VenueOvalhouse
Other spaces: Theatre Upstairs, Theatre Downstairs
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From5th October 2019
To19th October 2019
When19:30
What is currently on at Ovalhouse (V239)

We Dig

We DigT401650491
An exhilarating new theatre project led by Emma Frankland, alongside very special guests. Built from conversations with trans women and trans feminine people around the world, particularly the UK, Indonesia and Canada, We Dig centres around the actual excavation of a giant hole - a literal representation of a queer community needing to bury itself for protection. Live, direct and set to smash, rather than just break the mould, We Dig sees Emma and guests taking complete control as they dig deep into the historic Ovalhouse building to initiate our final season. We Dig focuses on trans artists, communicating elements of their global situation, particularly targeting the needs of women and girls. A collaborative devised process with other trans artists, including Travis Alabanza (whose recent 5 star show Burgerz sold out across its London and Edinburgh run), One From the Vaults host Morgan M Page and Indonesian celebrity and performance artist Tamarra.
Author Emma Frankland (and company)


Archive :: production:T401650491, play:S486452834, venue:V239

Production details

We Dig will be performed by a changing company of trans femmes, with a surprise guest performer each night.

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.

Company

Producer Ovalhouse
Producer Emma Frankland and Company
Design E Mallin Parry
DramaturgSubira Wahogo
Director Nando Messias (movement director)
Stage ManagerNemo Martin
Sound Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley
Design Prinx Lydia (design associate)
Performer Emma Frankland
Performer Travis Alabanza (selected dates)
Performer Morgan M Page
Performer Gein Wong
Performer Tamarra
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