Geek Boutique, ACT, The One Network, & The University for the Creative Arts
Project: The design of physical props for a live staging and performance of Benjamin Britten's Noye's Fludde - an opera intended for largely amateur performers and characterised by lo-fi charm and ad-hoc energy. The design of flat-pack, fold-up ark, rainbow, and various celestial bodies look as if children might have created them in an arts and crafts lesson. Ethan Shilling, created a series of visualisations that were sent to kite-maker, Karl Longbottom, whose job it was to turn CGI proof-of-concepts into performance-ready physical props. Noye's Fludde was performed first at the Cirque Jules Verne in Amiens, France, followed by performances at the Théâtre impérial, Compiègne, and Comberton Village College, Cambridge.
Roles: Senior Lecturer, concept tutor, & technical instructor.
Performances - Comberton Village College, Cambridge, 2015 / Cirque Jules Verne, Amiens, 2015