Has anybody seen Ali?
Ali is alone, but she isn’t lonely. She’s fine. She doesn’t know where she is, but honestly, she’s fine. She has a microphone and loop station and feels content filling time with roleplays and soundscapes, summoned from her own memories and voice. She’s fine. But she still talks to ‘Kitty’…
Loop combines new writing, performance, and live looping audio to look at how loneliness can trick you into feeling content, and the steps you can take to overcome it. It’s warm, playful and honest, and will give you the chance to reflect on your own personal experience as you observe Ali.
Open for the general public and students.
Friday 6th December 7:30PM, The Engine Shed
Written by Ryan Leder
Performed by and devised with Helen Crevel
Directed by Kathryn King
Produced by Theatre In Black in association with Carbon Theatre.
Supported by Arts Council England, ARC Stockton, The Core at Corby Cube, Talking Birds’ Nest Residency, New Perspectives, Unity Theatre Trust, Northamptonshire Community Foundation, Changemaker and The Travers Foundation
Our brand new £330 million campus.
- Designed to adapt to 21st century teaching.
- Full range of integrated learning environments.
- 24/7 library and learning zone.
- Low environmental impact.