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Monday
Aug062012

National Exposure

We're still recovering after showing all five plays that made up What Will Survive of Us at the National Theatre a week or so ago.

The night was a huge success - 34 young people on stage watched by the five award-winning playwrights who'd written the plays: Janice Okoh, Inua Ellams, Alice Birch, Ben Ellis and Dawn King.

The performers also took part in a vocal workshop with Head of Voice Jeannette Nelson, ate in the actors' canteen and rehearsed their work in an NT rehearsal room.  More than one hundred people saw the final show.

There are lots of photos to come, but for the moment here are two little videos of participants talking about the day.

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