“Load in the world.” Player 1, Aiden, is sixteen, has autism and loves video games. They can be repeated, mastered and controlled. But what happens if the game starts to glitch? In this interactive video game musical the audience take control and help Aiden navigate STAGES.
Playable characters include: Ellie, Aiden’s sibling, who’s stuck deciding on which avatar to select. Owen, Aiden’s dad, who hovers over the restart button. Alice, Aiden’s mum, who faces her greatest challenge, the final boss.
Featuring an original electronic 8bit soundtrack and arcade style graphics, STAGES by Christian Czornyj examines what happens when the code of our lives is rewritten and the way the digital world interacts with our own. It is a bold new British musical that has to be played to be experienced.Book Now
ALP was founded to develop artist-driven new British musicals. They specialise in work that challenges traditional ideas of what musicals look like, sound like and are about. STAGES is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.Book Now
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Press for writer Christian Czornyj: CATCH ME: http://fringereview.co.uk/review/fringereview-uk/2017/catch-me-the-cracks-are-starting-to-spead/ https://www.ayoungertheatre.com/review-catch-me-arts-theatre/
BEASTS OF LONDON: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/art/what-to-see/beasts-london-museum-london-review-crazily-enjoyable-immersive/
Press for Director/Producer Adam Lenson: SUPERHERO https://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/2017/superhero-review-southwark-playhouse-london/, WASTED https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2018/sep/13/wasted-review-bronte-sisters-southwark-playhouse-london, THE RINK https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/theatre/the-rink-review-a-resonant-score-and-a-sharp-script-a3855401.html
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