Written by Tuyen Do and directed by Kristine Landon-Smith, Summer Rolls focuses on an ‘invisible’ demographic – the Anglo-Vietnamese.
In Kristine Landon-Smith’s accomplished production, Tuyen Do’s Summer Rolls emerges as not just a saga of one individual family and effects of War on individuals but one that carries a broader, critical political comment.
Terri Paddock hosts a post-show Q&A at The Orchestra at the Omnibus Theatre with Jeremy Sams, cast members Toph Enany & Stefania Licari, director Kristine Landon-Smith & composer Felix Cross.
The show must go on… but at what cost? In Jean Anouilh’s The Orchestra, set just after World War II, petty in-fighting and lingering suspicions between the members of an orchestra in a small French spa town contrast sharply with their jaunty repertoire.
Jean Anouilh’s play The Orchestra tells the story of a third-rate orchestra in France just after the Second World War and it is a play that made a big impression on director Kristine Landon-Smith.
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Tuesday 5 February 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock returns to London’s Omnibus Theatre for The Orchestra. Got any questions?