Wednesday, 16 June 2010

The Girl in the Yellow Dress

The Girl in the Yellow Dress Rehearsals are well under way in South Africa. The team relocate to the UK at the end of July before the big launch at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Actors Marianne Oldham and Nat Ramabulana. Photo by Ruphin Coudyzer.

We spotted this great article in What's On SA, about the show. If you can make it along to the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh between 5-29 August, we'd love to have your support. Otherwise you can catch it in Newcastle from 6-19 Sept (we'll let you know when this is on sale) or back at the Citizens Theatre from 21 Sept - 9 Oct.

"Originally inspired by Ovid’s story Echo and Narcissus and psychoanalytic writings on narcissism, The Girl in the Yellow Dress is set in contemporary Paris and deals with the exchanges between Celia, a beautiful English teacher in her late twenties, and Pierre, her younger French-Congolese pupil."

Tickets for the Festival and the Citizens are on sale now:

Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
Book online at edfringe.com or traverse.co.uk
Box Office 0131 228 1404

Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
Book online at citz.co.uk
Box Office 0141 429 0022

I've posted a wee slideshow of some rehearsal pictures. You can also see these on Flickr.

Hx

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