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|phone | ffôn||029 206 57610|
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|web site | wefan||www.foundrealitytheatre.co.uk|
|Sam Boardman-Jacobs, Laura Haughey and Tony Brown|
|The fusion of physicality,text & image|
|Sam has won awards for both design & direction . He was a founder member of the London Fringe designing for the Bush, Soho, Gate, Warehouse, Hampstead & Kings Head Theatres as well as designing for the Habima & Cameri Theatres of Israel, the Scottish Ballet, the Royal Court London, Teatro Modernes Munich, Theater am Goetheplatz Bremen and the Teatro Espanol Madrid.
He has directed his own plays, Play Federico for me & Passion for the Impossible, at the Sherman Theatre Cardiff. Play Federico was translated and published in Catalan and was selected as part of the official centenary celebrations for the birth of Federico Garcia Lorca. He worked for several years with Manchester Youth Theatre creating a series of award winning Holocaust Dramas including Sobol’s Ghetto, And “Fiddler” a radical reworking of Fiddler on the Roof, the European premiere of Paul Simon’s Capeman and co-devising Asylum at Manchester Royal Exchange with Laura Haughey. Also with Laura he directed Julia Pascal’s The Dybbuk first at Chapter Arts in Cardiff then by invitation at the Huddersfield Festival of European Plays and then at the Edinburgh Festival.
Laura is a Choreographer/Movement Director and a trained Physiotherapist. Amongst those she has worked with are-Manchester Youth Theatre. Common Ground Sign Dance Theatre Liverpool, Contact Theatre Manchester, Bolton Octagon & Ugly Theatre Group. She has been thoroughly trained within the European Theatre tradition. Her training has encompassed Acting and Directing with Zofia Kalinska, Poland, Feldenkrais workshops. Kallaripayat with Phillip Zarilli, Archetypal Mask Work & Dance and Physical theatre in Berlin , Krakow & Madrid.
Her special expertise is in integrating Deaf/Hearing young performers.
Tony has been writing, composing and directing shows for children and young people since 1975. as well as his independent output, he has been working in collaboration with composer Ian Blick as lyricist in several commissioned issue-led pieces. Two of these were for large-scale performance at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall (Reach Out and Touch, June 2002 and Inside:Outside June 2003). He is also Artistic Director of UP4IT Theatre, which has received Arts Council funding for their ‘Mirror Mirror’ project.
Found Reality’s devised piece “Asylum” at Manchester Royal Exchange was a breakthrough in integrating Deaf/Hearing & Disabled performers and audiences.
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| Trying To Be – by Sam Boardman-Jacobs
Sept 5th 2002 – Llanover Hall, Cardiff
Commissioned by Sgript Cymru together with Soho Theatre and writers Centre London
HOLOCAUST TRILOGY by Julia Pascal. Jan 27th-February 1st 2003
Theresa, Dead Woman on Holiday and The Dybbuk
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
'EMBRACING BARBARIANS' SHERMAN THEATRE CARDIFF 2004
"THE PUBLIC' BY FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA IN A NEW ENGLISH TRANSLATION BY SAM
BOARDMAN-JACOBS. CHAPTER 2005
'SOMEONE ELSE'S RAINBOW" STARING ALEX ALDERTON (THEATRE WALES BEST ENGLISH
LANGUAGE FEMALE PERFORMER AWARD WINNER) CHAPTER ARTS AND WELSH & ENGLISH
TOURS. STAGED BY FOUND REALITY'S TOURING MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY - "FOUND