Head to Toe Theatre & AUB Theatre Ensemble present a triple bill:
MAN UP! is a spoken word, physical theatre chorus piece. It challenges the roles of masculinity and feminism within society. Looking at different arguments and attitudes towards the subjectivity of women within communities today. Performed by a strong chorus of women and only two men in the cast, this piece poses questions and food for thought as they explore power, conflict and divide. This piece is not to resolve but merely impose and question.
What Is Art?
What is Art? demonstrates the political divide between cultures, communities and individual people. Performed by a chorus of varied actors (European, African, LGBTQ, Mature etc) the diversity and inclusiveness of this show absurdly challenges stereotypes, discrimination and censorship. Focusing on the meaning of Art and how it can bring people and communities together. Exploring Art as a language that is understood on a universal level. Can they come to a sense of unity?
love difficult by Head To Toe is their second professional body of work. Focusing on three individuals stories and experiences of love; they embark on a journey of self-discovery, value, loss and communication. Exposing themselves to each other as they take a look at how different people love and what personal barriers are in the way of experiencing that ‘true love’ everyone is supposed to desire.
Set up by Acting graduate Kieran Luxton, AUB Theatre Ensemble offers cross-course collaboration in creating new and exciting work. The students involved get a chance to explore and develop their skills as a creative as each term they work towards different projects from theatre, film and much more. Working with AUB Alumni continues the expansion and creativity of graduates in the South West.
Head To Toe Theatre are a professional graduate company from Dance and Acting students of Arts University Bournemouth. Set up by Kieran Luxton during his second year of study, HTT have been working with different communities across the South West in making theatre. HTT are committed to making theatre that is accessible to all audiences but also offers workshops available to all students, schools and arts institutions. HTT are currently in rehearsals for a brand new show GAYBOY, coming Summer 2019.
Performances are at 4pm & 8pm, with doors opening 30mins prior to showtimes. Tickets are £10 / £5 12-18s, available from Bridport TIC: 01308 424901 / online, and from BearKat Cafe.