Fwd: Cain and Abel - Theatre performance with electroacoustic sound score

Subject: Fwd: Cain and Abel - Theatre performance with electroacoustic sound score
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Thu Oct 07 2004 - 10:06:02 EDT

>Date: Thu, 07 Oct 2004 11:28:44 +0100
>From: Robert MacKay <R.A.MacKay@hull.ac.uk>
>Subject: Cain and Abel - Theatre performance with electroacoustic sound score
>Twisted I Theatre Company †††††††††††††
>Cain and Abel
>... a darkly comic tale of foul moods and sibling feuds ...
>Performing @
>The Performance Centre, University of Leeds - Bretton Hall Campus,
>West Bretton, Wakefield WF4 4LG
>Saturday 16th October 2004 @7.30pm
>Box Office: 0113 3439246
>Tickets: £4.50
>Jacksons Lane Theatre, 269a Archway Road, Highgate, London (Tube: Archway)
>Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th October 2004 @ 8pm
>Box Office: 020 8341 4421
>Tickets: £10 (conc. £7)
>Directed by Natasha Holmes (Tell Tale Hearts), set and puppet design
>by Russell Dean (credits inc. Trestle Theatre Co.), soundtrack by
>Rob MacKay, lighting design by Lars Jensen.
>In an eerie house, where floorboards creak and shadows lurk in long
>forgotten corners, live two strange men - brothers, bitter
>enemies.... Cain and Abel. †Cain stalks around a house alive with
>mischief, inventing ingenious ways to do away with his little
>brother. †Poor Abel awakes each morning to find himself reborn,
>unscathed. †With their sinister and overbearing mother, Eve,
>dabbling with creation, this squabbling household finds itself
>ensnared in a fiendish and fantastical tale that scampers and
>tumbles towards a startling end.
>'...the most auspicious, exciting and playful theatre company in the
>region right now’
>(Artscene – Yorkshire)

>In a mesmerising piece that sees the buffoonery of Laurel and Hardy
>dipped in the atmosphere of Poe, Cain and Abel takes a gripping look
>at the darker side of family ties, sibling rivalry, the question of
>nature versus nurture and human cloning.

>'...packed with many delicious, imaginative tricks, weaving a world
>of dark fairytale.' (BBC Bradford)
>Twisted I combine dynamic physicality, puppetry, creative music
>technology, extended vocal techniques with a set filled with
>trickery to produce a textless, visual and aural storytelling
>theatre style to blow your mind. Cain and Abel fluctuates between
>the grotesque, the comic, the darkly atmospheric and the surreal.
>We hope you find the experience unpleasantly enjoyable!
>Further details online. http://www.twistedi.co.uk
>-- †
>Twisted I Theatre Company
>Michael Addison, Jonathan Dixon and Nichola Jennings
>7 Bank Buildings, Meltham, Holmfirth. HD9 4BA
>Tel:01484 359249
>Visit us online at http://www.twistedi.co.uk

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