We open tonight! The cast are abuzz with excitement and here’s the final video introducing Ryan, Evie’s online “boyfriend”. Enjoy then get along to Assembly Roxy tonight, tomorrow or Saturday at 7.30pm
Georgina Grisold talks us through her character Kitty in Madhuri Shekar’s play about the strange social behaviors spawned by internet culture.
*Video contains strong language*
Meet Raul – there’s always that one guy that makes you throw your rulebook out the window.
Hamish Hawk and Abbye Eva talk us through their multiple character roles in Madhuri Shekar’s play about the strange social behaviors spawned by the internet culture.
Beam Theatre is proud to host their second production featuring a sextet of students living on and off-screen.
Sarah-Louise Cairney discusses her character, Evie in Madhuri Shekar’s play about the strange social behaviors spawned by internet culture.
February 4-6th 2016, 7:30pm
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After an amazing round of auditions, we are proud to share the cast for our 2016 play. Read more →
Here are some brief character descriptions for In Love and Warcraft by Madhuri Shekar. Please have a read, and see if there’s one you think you’re perfect for! Evie – (playing age early 20s) Protagonist, college senior, and a bit of a geek. Helps others with their relationships, but hasn’t quite figured out how to have one herself. Loves World of… Read more →
It’s a cold November night. The wind (OK… cars) are whistling by outside as the rain hits the window pane. I’m tucked up under a duvet watching old episodes of Most Haunted… Why? Apart from not being the worst way to while away a Monday evening, I’m doing my research and learning the ropes of the psychic world from the… Read more →
John Barrymore – Actor, Legend, Seducer… Corpse. One of my favourite lines from this fantastic play and also a line that hints at the tragedy of this great man. This is my first time acting (well, apart from my legendary Scrooge in Waid Academy’s Christmas Carol circa 1996) and what I’m finding fascinating about the rehearsal process is the character… Read more →
Hello! I’m Sarah and I’ll be playing the part of Deirdre in I Hate Hamlet. If you haven’t read the play by Paul Rudnick, I highly recommend you do, especially if you like running jokes about hair pins and really bad (and good!) Shakespearean acting. *Added bonus, this is one of the very few plays (that I’m aware of) to have… Read more →