Four more acclaimed productions from Olivier Award-winning producer James Seabright will stream globally over the next month via Stream Theatre, running from 1 to 25 July 2021.
The four critically acclaimed shows were curated by Seabright and filmed last month before socially distanced audiences at east London’s Wilton’s Music Hall, the oldest surviving Grand Music Hall in the world.
The streaming season comprises: multi-award-winning cabaret-musical A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad); lauded one-woman play Black Is The Color of My Voice; comedy FRIEND (The One With Gunther), featuring all 236 episodes of the hit 1990s American TV show Friends; and the biographical play Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope.
James Seabright commented:
“Thanks to a grant from the Cultural Recovery Fund, we were able to give work to dozens of freelance actors, creatives and technicians, to record these wonderful productions and now present them to a global audience via stream.theatre.”
Streaming tickets for all productions are priced £12 each, plus £3 transaction fee.
A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) will be streamed Thursday 1 July – Sunday 4 July and will then be available on-demand Monday 5 – Sunday 11 July. Written by double Olivier Award winner Jon Brittain, with music by Matthew Floyd Jones (Frisky and Mannish), and performed by Madeleine MacMahon, Sophie Clay and Ed Yelland.
Black Is The Color of My Voice will be streamed Thursday 8 July – Sunday 11 July and will then be available on-demand Monday 12 – Sunday 18 July. Written and performed by Fringe First award winner Apphia Campbell, inspired by the life of Nina Simone.
FRIEND (The One With Gunther) will be streamed Thursday 15 July – Sunday 18 July and will then be available on-demand Monday 19 – Sunday 25 July. Written and performed by Brendan Murphy.
Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope will be streamed Thursday 22 July – Sunday 25 July and will then be available on-demand Monday 26 July – Sunday 1 August. Written and performed by Mark Farrelly.