The heart of our work lives in performance. Kelly Hunter’s adaptations turn the dark crystal of Shakespeare’s plays through different prisms for audiences across the world, to see and hear them as if for the first time.
Our specialised productions for people on the autism spectrum serve a life changing purpose, offering this marginalised population a unique opportunity for artistic participation. With these shows, we offer venues across the world the opportunity to open their doors to people who would otherwise never dream of coming to a theatre.
These interactive performances are audience led and infinitely flexible – from intimate theatrical settings with small groups of people on the spectrum, to outdoor performances with over one hundred people with special needs, including a performance for very young children in the family garden of 2019 London Pride.
Our production of Deconstructing the Dream at the Bloomsbury Theatre brought both sides of our work together for the first time, making history with the world’s first scanning of an actor’s brain live on stage.