|current production | past productions|
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|Rachel Clement and Carmen Medway-Stephens|
|We aim to create and perform new writing that explores political, historical, theatre 'as a tool for change' and feminist work.
|1.618 Theatre formed in 2008 by Carmen Medway-Stephens and Rachel Clement. Born from wanting to make theatre that matters. We explore 'Theatre Of War' specifically looking at the treatment of Women and Children under extreme circumstances.
1.618 is named after the 'Golden Ratio' mathematical equation, also known as 'Divine Proportion'. It is the most beautiful number in Mathematics. Used by the ancient Greeks through to Renaissance Artists - The Pantheon, Dali and Da Vinci. Examples are found throughout nature. Like this number we want to say that theatre can be found everywhere.
We specifically aim to bring the unheard voice to an audience. Our theatre will utilise Multi Media, Site Specific and choreographic devices.
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| 2008 Development of New Writing with Bethany Seddon & Samuel Bees
2009 – guest speaker at Valleys Kids Holocaust Memorial Day and short performance.
2009 Selected as Sherman Theatre New Emerging Artist.
2009 'The Word @ War' Camden Fringe Theatre in collaboration with Bridgend College as part of the Global March For Peace and Non Violence
2010 Short Film 'Sunny Side Up' in collaboration with Bridgend College
2010 Character Development Workshop Bridgend College
Summer 2010 Director 'Escape from Wonderland' Valley Kids.
Trainee Producer BBC/Its My Shout, AUGUST 2010 - Shadow Director Max Stafford Clarke Out Of Joint Theatre, London, 'The Big Fellah'