A long-form poem in four parts
A collection of poems that are both pragmatic in content (answering age-old questions like how to tackle procrastination, and how to cope with a traffic jam) as well as being educational, with each poem written in a different poetry style. When poetry meets self-help meets education - it’s just pragmatism.
Princette Peepenpoop won’t come out of their room - no matter what anyone suggests, what will convince them to get out?
Breakfasts follows two men named Arden, who share the same head-space. As one sleeps, the other awakens, an eternal cycle. Over 13 days, we explore their enigmatic lives, from dreams to a defining tragedy. This extraordinary narrative delves into a man's dual realities, with subjective accounts and relentless stream-of-consciousness.
A queer, satirical farce, in which a self-made millionaire organises a competition where four individuals must perform extraordinary feats to win a prize. As the competition unfolds, the characters' ambitions clash, leading to hilarious and outrageous results while exploring themes of love, morality, and the consequences of cutthroat competition.
GENDER-NEUTRALITY FOR WRITERS AND DIRECTORS IN THEATRE
An exploration of the practicalities of creating inclusivity in theatre for writers and directors