Two new theatre scores

Apr 3, 2013 by

Two new theatre scores

Numerous projects seem, suddenly, to be happening.  Which is, of course, wonderful, but it means I barely have enough time to get them finished before I have to leg it onto the next one, and I keep forgetting to tell anyone that they’re happening.


If you happen to be in Prague this week, you can see Katharina Schmitt’s production of Arno Schmidt’s Black Mirrors, which is all about a single person left alone after some apocalyptic event.  I, sadly, am not going to be able to see the opening at Studio Hrdinu , but below is a sample of one of the more melodic sections of music you could hear; it features, amongst other things, my fretted ‘cello (which has a lot of the tone of a viola da gamba, to my ears).

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And, if you’re in the UK, you could come to see Andrew Haydon’s staged reading of Heiner Müller’s Hamletmaschine at Theatre 503 this Friday 5th and Saturday 6th April.  I’ll be playing some noisy guitar, along with Neil Walsh (violist of The Monroe Transfer, and numerous other bands) and Becki Willmore (who will be hitting some drums, and maybe some other things).  It’ll be a noisy evening, and if you like your theatre short and weird, this could be the night for you.

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