Terror 2010: Death and Resurrection
October 12 – October 31 2010
Featuring plays by Neil LaBute, Mark Ravenhill, April DeAngelis and William Ewart, and cabaret by Sarah-Louise Young.
Returning to Southwark for its second year following a sold-out 2009 season, Terror 2010 sees the venue transformed into a chilling morgue. Four short plays explore horror and reinvent Grand Guignol for the 21st century, all spun together with magic, cabaret and other oddities for the Halloween season.
by April DeAngelis, directed by Hannah Eidinow
Elaine’s husband has died. But doesn’t he live on in the memory, and in the things he did and may yet do? Something is stirring in the peaceful seclusion of the country.
THE EXCLUSION ZONE
by Mark Ravenhill, who also directs
A couple meet online and venture into the countryside, talking about seeing a horror film upon their return to the city. But real-life horror soon descends, as their inhibitions unravel in The Exclusion Zone.
by William Ewart, adapted from the short stories of HP Lovecraft
directed by Adam Meggido
A medical student pursues ghoulish experiments in the dark underbelly of early 20th century America. This is a wild romp through the vivid imagination of HP Lovecraft, acknowledged by many to be the godfather of modern horror.
by Neil LaBute, directed by Jason Lawson
A voice speaks from the darkness, challenging our perceptions of adult responsibility amidst the myriad dangers that the modern world presents to our children.
‘Massively imaginative. Darkly disturbing and funny. A fringe institution.’ Time Out
‘Pulling out all the stops for this night packed to the cobwebby rafters.’ Metro
‘Warped, creepy and morally ambiguous.’ Whatsonstage.com
WARNING – Terror 2010 contains scenes of a shocking and disturbing nature, which some people may find distressing. Strictly 16+.
‘Perfect for a night of frights.’ Metro
‘Just the right amount of upbeat cabaret irony… an evening of macabre fun.’ The Telegraph
‘Deeply creepy.’ The Londonist
‘Impeccably judged.’ British Theatre Guide
‘Funny and spooky.’ The Public Reviews
‘Energetic and boldly directed.’ Totally Theatre
‘Successfully merges comedy, horror and political satire… Well performed.’ The Stage
Production Credits, Terror 2010
Country by April de Angelis
Director: Hannah Eidinow
Assistant Director: Kate Longman
Cast: Trudi Jackson, Caroline Langrishe
The Unimaginable by Neil LaBute
Director: Jason Lawson
Cast: Scott Christie
Reanimator by William Ewart
Director: Adam Meggido
Assistant Director: Sophie Ignatieff
Cast: Alex Bartram, Cornelius Booth, Joseph Chance, William Ewart, Tom McGairl
The Exclusion Zone by Mark Ravenhill
Director: Mark Ravenhill
Associate Director: Hannah Price
Sound: Steve Brown
Cast: Sam Swan, Kieran Knowles, Olivia Suki Brown
Adam Meggido Artistic Director & Producer
Louisa Davis Deputy Stage Manager
Phil Hunter Lighting Designer
Chris Ash Composer / Sound Designer
Richard Walker Production Manager
Gabrielle Motola Production Photographer
Andrew Rogers Assistant Producer
Kate Gambrell Press Representative
Cabaret material by Sarah Louise Young & Michael Roulston
Co-produced and general managed by James Seabright & Tom Atkins for Seabright Productions.
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