Text Lab: Blood Wedding ON DEMAND

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Our first year actors and costumiers collaborate on Text Lab. This is always an exciting opportunity to see our burgeoning new talent apply in practice what they have been learning across the different strands of their training. Their season was 25-27 August.

Free On Demand link: https://youtu.be/PZ07HvU8jrg

TEXT LAB

A collaboration between Year 1 Acting & Costume.

Exploring Frederico Garcia Lorca’s
BLOOD WEDDING

Project Leader: Heather Timms
Directors: Heather Timms & Erina Daniels
Movement: Tupe Lualua
Screen Tests: Vaughan Slinn
Singing: Bert van Dijk
Costume Coordinator: Kaarin Slevin
Costume Supervisors: Madison Troughton & Darcy Stanton
Technical Support: Colin Edison

Cast: Isha Bhatnagar-Stewart, Uatesoni Filikitonga, Luz-Eliana Folau-Brown, Shervonne Grierson, Tabatha Killick, Rosalind Lay-Yazdani, Luka Malthus, Ethan Morse, Mojtaba Nazari, Elliot Ngakuru, Johanna Nyberg Rydstrom, Maurea Perez-Varea, Ruby Pledge, Dylan Prasad Menon, Gideon Smith, Te Ani Solomon, Brett Taefu, Seiyan Thompson-Tonga, Lanakila Tiatia, Kasi Valu, Madison Wade

Images: Philip Merry

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