The Box - A New Play

The Box - A New Play

To cover all costs for the production of 'The Box', a new toxic drama by Chris Szuca premiering at the White Bear Theatre in Kennington.

We did it!

On 4th Oct 2017 we successfully raised £90 with 4 supporters in 35 days

'The Box' Synopsis 

Young lovers move into their first home with hope in their eyes and a future of promise. But the truth under the surface is far darker than they ever could have imagined.
An old man is reminded of a past he can’t escape when he is visited by a face he has long forgotten. 'The Box' is a new and original play that explores the ugliest side of love. A tale of a toxic relationship spanning over two different time periods.When the past and present collide, there are deadly consequences. One question remains - what’s in the box?

 

Previously a short segment of the play was shown at Emberfly's Emerge Scratch. This will be the premiere of the full play.

We need your support to cover costs involved in bringing this innovative piece of theatre to the White Bear in October. Your donation will go towards helping with venue hire, marketing, props and rehearsal spaces. We are also aiming to offer the cast and creatives financial recognition for their work. 

Cast & Creatives:

WRITER: Chris Szuca

DIRECTOR: Jodi Burgess

 CAST:

Emma Stirling 

Dan Burman

Pat Garrett

Will Anderson

 

 

Chris is a writer and actor, graduating from East 15 Acting MA in 2015. With several acting credits.

 His first writing credit came with Carabosse Theatre company, being part of the writing team to adapt Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast into a brand new stage play. Chris also co wrote Spit N Polish's four star reviewed play Why That And Not This at the Hope Theatre, with his own short play The Other Side being particularly praised. 

 The Box is Chris's debut  as a solo playwright. 

 

 

Jodi is a producer, director and writer. Her recent production, SECRETS, sold out as part of the Camden Fringe, receiving excellent reviews. Recent directing credits include: Mote In Your Eye (SECRETS) at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, A Statement (Blue Ash Theatre Company) at SLAM King's Cross, The Point of No Return (Get Over It Productions) at The Station House, Acton. 

 

 

 


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