Drone

Stephen Redwood 0 Comments

An underground bunker filled with screens and technology. This is the war room, where three friends try to complete a giant online video game. Nasdaq wants to win, Meri doesn’t want to let anyone down, Condor is trying to keep …

Kansas

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Kansas is spinning into action at the Tron Theatre. Dorothea finds herself being questioned by airport security staff for a series of not quite so important infractions, but there’s simply no way she could be any trouble. Directed by: Elliot Roberts. …

A Fringe Reflection

Ellana Moseley Musicals, Theatre 2 Comments

Our Fringe experience has come to an end and we’ve learnt a lot from it. There are things that worked well (flyering in costume) and things we would do differently as well as things we would like to try another …

Fringe 2015: Flyering 101

Ellana Moseley Musicals, Theatre 0 Comments

So you’re holding flyers for your new show and there are people everywhere. How do you catch their interest? From our experience at the Fringe, we prefer a conversational approach. If you like talking then that’s perfect…but what if you …

How to Brand a New Musical

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You might be thinking ‘What’s the point in branding something that no-one knows about?’ However we decided early on (when Crimson Phoenix was in it embryonic stages) that we wanted our brand to mean something and if our brand meant …

Fringe 2015: Rehearsals

Ellana Moseley Musicals, Theatre 0 Comments

The second day of rehearsals has come to an end and I feel really proud of what we as a team have achieved. There have been some beautiful harmonies, that gave me goosebumps, some tough problems which required solving (I’m …