RADAR PERFORMANCE: Where The White Stops

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Devised by ANTLER theatre in association with the Bush Theatre as part of RADAR 2013

Following a critically acclaimed run in Edinburgh, winners of the Ideastap Underbelly Award 2013 and nominees of this years The Stage BEST ENSEMBLE Award, ANTLER Theatre bring their show Where The White Stops to Bush RADAR Festival.

No-one’s been into the White before. Except Crab. Battling against icy blizzards and mythical beasts, Crab leaves the safety of her village to journey across a vast and desolate frozen landscape. She’s searching for something else. Where the White stops.

Using polyphonic song and playful physical storytelling, ANTLER tell the great adventure of Crab, and her tragic obsession with the unknown.

“A young company to watch” The Scotsman

DATES AND DETAILS

Wednesday 13 November, 7.30pm: £15 (£13 concessions and £10 Bush Connect Members tickets)
On this date, Where The White Stops plays as part of a double bill alongside Venus/Mars by Patrice Etienne
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Wednesday 20, Thursday 21 November, 7.30pm: £15 (£13 concessions and £10 Bush Connect Members tickets)
On these dates Where The White Stops plays as part of a double bill alongside Mess by Caroline Horton
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Writer

Cast

Daniel Ainsworth

Dan graduated from East 15 Acting School’s Contemporary theatre course in 2012 where he developed his passion for collaborative and devised theatre. Heavily influenced by European
physical theatre, his focus is creating new and innovative work, which is accessible to an audience. Dan has worked with The National Theatre of Georgia, The National Theatre Studio

Daniela Pasquini

Whilst studying at East 15, Daniela received the Sir John Gielgud Award. Since graduating, she took the lead in ANTLER’s debut devised show This Way Up, 2012 and was both the director and co-writer of their award-winning short film; Emmeline. She made her directorial theatre debut with company Everything I Own with one-woman show Remy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival,
2012. Performance credits include: Dreams of a Scholar (Ovalhouse) Survivor (Hofesh Shechter and Antony Gormley, Barbican).

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