Greenwood's production of Seminar

A Film and Theatre project Camden Town, London, United Kingdom

Greenwood's production of Seminar

Seminar is Greenwood Theatre Company's debut production. Performing from the the 5th - 10th April at the Etcetera Theatre.

They did it!


On 2nd Mar 2016 we successfully raised

£15

with

2 backers

in

28 days


Thanks for making your way to this page! We are the newly conceived Greenwood Theatre Company. And, of course, as a new company, we are looking for financial support to help us get things rolling and *hopefully* make some interesting theatre. 

We have already raised enough money to cover the theatre cost and the script rights. However, we find ourselves shortchanged in regards to: set and costume, technical support, and most importantly rehearsal space... Why is London so expensive?! We would be very grateful to anyone willing to invest in our company. Your money would go towards funding our upcoming production in April: Seminar.

Seminar has the potential to be a truly memorable and valuable production. We have attracted some promising young actors collaborating to make this peice original and creative. Without your suppport, Seminar could be a good production. With your money, it could be fantastic. 

Please take a look at our rewards system. Our main objective is for you to come and see our work in April! 

Seminar is Greenwood Theatre Company's debut production. It will be performed from the 5th-10th April at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, above The Oxford Arms. Here's a blurb to give you an insight into our first play:

'He was ruthless about sound. Everything else, intellect, idea, motion, character, all were secondary... this has a sound... Well done. Well done... What else have you got?'

Under Leonard’s unorthodox and controversial teaching methods, the students find themselves fighting for his approval. While Leonard’s brutal opinion brings individual challenges that they must overcome, friendships are made and consequently broken. Will they succeed and have their stories revered and published? Or will the desperate writers crumble, realising this was a huge mistake... 'Which is what’s probably going to happen anyway’