Julia Samuels – Director
Keith Saha – Writer, MD
I worked as Composer & Performer in the show:
inspired by the legendary Beatles song and is part of Liverpool’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Researched and developed with young adults in Liverpool, the play will explore themes around home, housing and family.
Taking place in people’s living rooms in the Liverpool 8 area, She’s Leaving Home promises to be a breathtaking and intimate performance featuring local girl (and ex 20 Stories High youth theatre member) Brodie Arthur with puppetry by Zoe Hunter and music by internationally renowned cellist Semay Wu.
A collaboration with the fantastic Phelim McDermott fromImprobable.
Brodie Arthur – Monologue
Zoe Hunter – Actor/Puppeteer
Alison Duddle – Puppet Director
Miriam Nabarro – Design Consultant
Phillip Osment – Dramturg
Richard Owen/Bethany Sproston – Production Manager/Assistant
Amy Fisher – Producer
Worldwork workshop at Liverpool’s Bluecoat gallery before commencing with rehearsals.