Kitties In Space
Socks and Mittens, stoned on catnip, must defend their starship from an invasion by an ancient foe - mice.
By John Joseph Enright
John Joseph Enright is a playwright based in Chicago. He is hard at work on a full-length version of Kitties In Space. His comedy, O'Brien & O'Brian, was part of the 2015 New York City International Fringe Festival.
Directed by Julia Warren
When not fighting plots and chasing bunnies, Julia is mostly to be found in theatres, generally messing about with words and tripping over props (of which she is an avid collector). Currently developing an absurdist series with other lunatics.Building a clockpunk world. Gothic also appeals. You have been warned.
Can be found @JuliaFWarren (where you can expect occasional bouts of nonsense; pretty frequently actually). Domiciled at www.greycellspress.co.uk. And at artscribe.wixsite.com/juliawarren. Mysteries a speciality...usually also historical; yep, I do enjoy living in past worlds as well as future ones… hey,so let’s build worlds! :)
Cast: Hassan Govia, Francesco Pagnoncelli, Ben Meyer, Luke Cinque-White
Time is short. Very short for Donnely. Though, why isn't entirely clear. In a few short minutes Jane will have to make a decision based on the answers in their short conversation which will have lasting consequences for both Donnely and the rest of the world. But what is the right decision? And is Jane really the person to be making it?
By John Barron
John works as an English teacher, although he also has a Bachelors in Engineering and does both writing and acting. He’s somewhat indecisive. He has been writing on and off since university and sometimes he even writes well. The bulk of his work has been with the sketch group he was a founding member of during his late twenties: The Errors of Comedy, whom he also performs with. He has also taken part in and written for The Questors Overnight Plays, a 24 hour play writing festival, and has even started trying to do actual full(ish) length plays. His second most recent, Citation Needed, was performed at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre as part of the Camden Fringe and received five star reviews, and the most recent, Human Error, performed at The Stanislavsky Studio, was inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Directed by Michael Vale
Michael has designed the sets and costumes for over two hundred theatre and opera productions both in the UK and abroad. Productions he has designed and directed include: THE PYRAMID TEXTS (Birmingham Rep./Soho Theatre); CONVERSATIONS WITH DYSTONIA (Arc Dance); THE LOCK IN (Demon Barbers on tour); THE RAUN TREE (West Yorkshire Playhouse); MAYAKOVSKY: THE SLANTING RAIN (Colchester Mercury/RSC); PROJECT 3 SIXTY (Castle Hill, Bolton); THE LOST VOICE (Blue Room, RFH); ELEGY and TIGHTROPE (Amici, Lyric Hammersmith); DOORMAN (Plymouth Theatre Royal, Liverpool Everyman and tour); THE WHITE CROW (Colchester Mercury Theatre); NEVILLE’S ISLAND and CALIFORNIA SUITE (Chester Gateway Theatre); ‘ART’ and A PLACE WITH THE
PIGS (Globe Theatre, Warsaw); THE SINGING BROTHERS and THE NATIONAL SPORT (Grove Theatre, London) and THEY SHOOT COWBOYS…DON’T THEY? (Edinburgh Pleasance).
Cast: Shuna Snow, Edmund Attrill