Welcome to the 2015 Summer Season
East 15 not only offers a rich mix of both established and new work from across the range of acting courses but also takes many of the productions beyond our own campus theatres and out to many other performance spaces. We hope you enjoy our work.
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In addition to productions being staged by all of our graduate year BA students at both campus theatres, this term also sees our BA Acting and MFA Acting students in the West End at The Tristan Bates Theatre.
For full details on all upcoming East 15 productions
We look forward to welcoming you to a performance soon.
DEBUT Summer The Debut Festival is a pioneering event dedicated to the staging of selected new plays written, directed and performed by graduating students on the BA Acting and Contemporary Theatre course
Wednesday 20th May at 7:30pm
Stormy Weather by Jessica Mescall, directed by George Vere
SN1 Wilts by Neo Mothola, directed by Gabriella Ciambrone
Thursday 21st. May at 7:30pm
Randy by Oliver Retter, directed by Joel Reeves
Leftovers by Gabrielle Sheppard, directed by Dimitris Chimonas
Friday 22nd. May at 7:30pm
Crystal Me by Livia Rita, directed by Dimitris Chimonas
1:00pm Stormy Weather by Jessica Mescall, directed by George Vere
2:30pm SN1 Wilts by Neo Mothola, directed by Gabriella Ciambrone
4:00pm Randy by Oliver Retter, directed by Joel Reeves
5:15pm Leftovers by Gabrielle Sheppard, directed by Dimitris Chimonas
7:30pm Crystal Me by Livia Rita, directed by Dimitris Chimonas
PLATFORM at The Tristan Bates
These performances showcase East 15 BA Acting graduate year students in a selection of extracts and complete plays performed in repertory
Platform One Tuesday 26th at 1.30pm and 6.30pm Thursday 28th at 6.30pm and Friday 29th. at 1.30pm
Dinner by Moira Buffini
Cock by Mike Bartlett
Freak by Anna Jordan
Fanny and Faggot by Jack Thorne
Platform Two Wednesday 27th at 1.30pm and 6.30pm Thursday 28th. at 1.30pm and Friday 29th. at 6.30pm
Party by Tom Basdon
The Pillow Man by Martin McDonagh
Blue Orange by Joe Penhall
Rules of Assortment by Ross Howard
Not Safe for Work by Lucy Kirkwood
Act Locally at The Clifftown
at The Clifftown Theatre, Southend-on-Sea
Four plays, developed with the collaboration of the local community by BA
Acting and Community Theatre graduate year students
Four plays, developed with the collaboration of the local community by BA Acting and Community Theatre graduate year students
Thursday 28th to Saturday 30th May @7.30pm Saturday matinee @2.30pm
Devised by the Company
The Driftwood Project: Where is home? And where do we belong? Different voices. Same tides.
The ‘F’ Word: Fun through failing! Four failure experts find fun in falling face first.
Hereafter: What happens to us after we die?
Press Control: ‘The ‘scrounger’ myth: fact or media manipulation?