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Two people from different parts of the world meet in the year 2050. He comes there for a purpose, she has another agenda, their lives collide.
This comedy is vision of the future projected by a millennial working-class individual and explores how one can fail or succeed to manifest one’s future.
The circumstances of the play exposes these people’s true identities versus appearances and expectations as well as the audiences preconceived notions of the characters.
We can control our environment so far but the unexpected always arrives unexpectedly.
In a world where everyone is talking about how to control everything, what if we stopped trying to control ?
In a guilt ridden society, this show presents a guilt free vision on stage.
Climate change, social media, war and so many factors made our generations loose hope in the future. However what hope is there to find if a pessimistic vision of the future is the only possibility one projects?
You create your own environment.
About Emerge Production House :
It all started with a couple of aspiring playwrights wanting to create a safe hub for emerging artists, with the aim of collaborating and inspiring each other.
Since our inception, we have provided a platform to over 300 emerging directors, actors, writers,
spoken word artists, exhibitors, musicians, graffiti artists and bloggers.
Our Sustainability Promise
Our projects vary from music events, film sets/locations to theatre productions.
Across all of our ventures we focus on incorporating sustainable behaviours as standard. These behaviours include the likes of no plastics, using repurposed materials for sets & costumes, recycling appropriately, correctly disposing of wastes however where possible any catered events would result in donating any unused foods.
Press & Reviews The British Theatre Guide, about our latest production 'Hayfever' at the Arcola Theatre :
'As Beckett has shown us, there can be profundity in absurdity. And, the fantastic can make the imaginary ‘real’, and encourage us to interrogate our experiences in new ways. This show does have something to say. It’s adventurous, inventive and, in many ways, joyful. Many will, I’m sure, find it both fun and illuminating.'
Cast & Creative Team Writer/Director: John-Christian Bateman
Producer : Roxane Cabassut
Production Company: Emerge Production House
Cast: Jean Luca Murphy, Caroline Colomei & Brandon Boruch