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THE TEMPEST - PRODUCER

INTRODUCING OUR PRODUCER:

KIERA RHODES

"I'm Kiera and I am studying Performance for Stage and Screen at Sheffield Hallam University.

I wanted to put on a performance of 'The Tempest' because I love a romantic play, and comedies are always good!

This is my first time producing and it is easier than I thought it would be! There have been difficult times but you just get on and sort them. I have many years' experience backstage, so sorting out the behind the scenes stuff had been a piece of cake!
I do not have much experience with choreography but, not to toot my own horn, my choregraphy is amazing.

I am interested more in the behind the scenes of theatre and enjoy rigging, focusing and operating lights so I hope you enjoy the lighting design!

I really hope you enjoy the show. BUY YOUR TICKETS IF YOU HAVEN'T YET!!"

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THE TEMPEST - Meet the Team!

INTRODUCING OUR DIRECTOR/CHOREOGRAPHER: 

CHARMAINE LAMBERT


 

She is a final year 'Performance for Stage and Screen' student at Sheffield Hallam University

"I wanted to put on a production of The Tempest because I enjoy the bard’s work and it was the most obvious one to add choreography into.

I have taken on the role of director and co-choreographer and have found this process extremely challenging but it came with plenty of reward thanks to the best cast a girl can ask for!

My interests beyond Shakespeare and dance include musical theatre and mystery/’whodunnit’ plays.

I hope you enjoy the show!"

DON'T FORGET YOUR TICKETS!

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Growtheatre Volunteering Opportunity

Growtheatre is a theatre company with a difference, we develop theatre and creative projects inspired by our environment and landscape, bringing about a greater sense of community and belonging.

We are looking for a…

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Working as a writer on the show

I have heard the sentence before that writers are the worst procrastinators, but working on this show was nowhere near this statement as writers and performers worked this week from 10-4 pm each day to produce this show.
What we did in this…

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