What can we expect from new play Dora Versus Picasso when it premieres at London’s Drayton Arms Theatre next week? Take a look at these new rehearsal images for a hint, then book your tickets.
Following a successful workshop read through in New York last year, new play Dora Versus Picasso will premiere at London’s Drayton Arms Theatre next month in a production staged by Fractured Time Productions. Get those tickets booked.
It is interesting that Camden People’s Theatre is running two, unconnected, shorts each evening, both exploring issues around women and the grief many experience when love goes wrong.
Why have so few of us heard of Dora Maar, the French artist who was also the muse of Pablo Picasso? We talked to writer and director Antonia Georgieva about the need to “re-tell and re-member” the stories of women from the past, which she’s doing with Aslant Theatre Company and its debut play. Time to get booking!
In November, Tate Modern launches the largest retrospective ever held in the UK devoted to Dora Maar, the French photographer, painter, poet and muse to Pablo Picasso. Ahead of that, Aslant Theatre Company makes its debut with the premiere of Antonia Georgieva’s new Dora Maar-inspired play.
Marking the inaugural show at the Playground Theatre in west London, Picasso by Terry d’Alfonso takes place in the Afterlife, where the artist is met by three of the many women in his life.
The new Playground Theatre, which officially opens its doors next week, has announced its first Christmas show, the world premiere of a new stage production of the much-loved French children’s novella The Little Prince.
London’s newest Off-West End venue, the Playground, will officially open its doors to the public for the first time next month with the world premiere of PICASSO, a new play about the renowned artist starring Peter Tate in the title role. Full casting is now announced.
The Toxic Avenger – The Musical has received rave reviews on its European premiere at Southwark Playhouse. I had a coffee with “Toxie’s” creator and the founder of Troma Pictures, Lloyd Kaufman, along with his wife Pat, who were over in London to see the show.