I Still Get Excited When I See A Ladybird
One workplace. One uniform. Seven people thrown together.
by Katie McCullough
16th – 20th August 2011
Whilst trying to remain optimistic in the face of the daily grind, seven employees are forced to face their own reality in the company of others. Out of rules, order and return to work forms comes a world of hopes, dreams, desperation and fear.
Papercut Theatre presented the debut feature length play by emerging playwright Katie McCullough at the award winning Theatre503 from 16th till 20th August 2011.
“McCullough writes with wit and wisdom. She has a rhythmic ear and a sense of tenderness and wit. She masters the dramatic monologue with some control, avoiding inert exposition… Her characters are written with compassion and a sense of truth. There is openness to directorial intervention that is rare in English playwriting. But it is the formal control that I most admire. It is a considerable achievement.”
– Simon Stephens
Stage Manager: Nikki Gooch
Set & Costume Designer: Natalie Moggridge
Sound Designer: Jon McLeod
Lighting Designer: Dale Driscoll
Cast: Samantha Béart, Jayne Edwards, John Rayment, Zimmy Ryan, Matthew Schmolle, Christopher Tester and Joseph Wilkins.
After the performance on Thursday 18th, academic and playwright Dan Rebellato hosted a Post Show Q&A with Melissa Dunne and Katie McCullough.
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