Five Reasons To See....All Because Of MollyDate: 23 August 2011
All Because Of Molly is coming to the Northwest this September. As Jaime and Casey lead us through the memories of their unlikely relationship – from its birth in playground adversity, the trials of teenage years and university separation, adulthood and the dating game – this provocative play invites the audience to contemplate the essence of friendship and our own relationships. Are we really ready to consider whether our own friendships would survive the tests that confront them?
1. Four actors – Twnety-Five characters
Organised Chaos is all about showcasing some of the amazing new and emerging talent in the Northwest. This show gives the four northwest actors involved a fantastic opporunity to show off their talent as they play twenty-five different characters between them.
2. 24:7 Theatre Festival
The show was picked up by Organised Chaos at last years 24:7 Theatre Festival – it was selected by the festival to receive a rehearsed reading, upon watching this the team absolutely loved the play and there was a real buzz about the show from the audience so it was an easy decision to pick this one.
3. Big Brother
The writer Paul Ferguson is now an established playwright on the London Fringe with a string of rave reviews behind him but in the second Big Brother series he went by the nickname Bubble.
4. Organised Chaos
Following a number of top reviews and sell out shows this production is the first Northwest tour from the award winning Organised Chaos Productions - we have produced six plays in the Northwest over the last year and half showcasing a lot of new talent to Northwest audiences – actors, writers, directors, designers to name a few of the roles involved in making a show a reality.
5. The Venues
We have some fantastic venues lined up for this run - opening at The Lowry Studio, moving on to The Continental in Preston, then The Lantern Theatre in Liverpool, on to Square Chapel in Halifax and closing at the Buxton Pavilion Arts Centre.
All Because Of Molly runs at the Lowry Studio from 1 - 3 September, The Continental at Preseton on 8 September, the Liverpool Lantern Theatre from 9 - 10 and the Buxton Pavillion Arts Centre from 17 - 18 September.