Between now and 8 December, we’ll be introducing the speakers for the Redux Symposium. To learn more about the symposium and to book tickets, click here.
Graeme Rose is a performer/theatre-maker and co-founder of glory what glory, Stan’s Cafe and The Resurrectionists (now producing in Adelaide as Various People). He is an Associate Artist with Bodies in Flight, has been a regular collaborator with Red Shift & Talking Birds and has created shows with Insomniac, Imitating the Dog and Kindle Theatre. He has supervised devised performance modules at the Universities of Birmingham, Bristol and Hull.
Ongoing performance projects with Stan’s Cafe include OF ALL THE PEOPLE IN ALL THE WORLD (The Rice Show), THE CARDINALS and THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY. He is a member of circuit-bending curios The Modified Toy Orchestra and has recently directed Kindle Theatre’s THE FURIES, a glam-rock operetta based on Aeschylus’s revenge tragedy.
Graeme will be giving a talk titled ‘rekindling the old flame, prodding the wound’. He writes:
At their best they catch you in a passionate whirl, and are all-consuming;
at worst they are a fumble in the dark, best forgotten about.
Shows are love affairs. Intense comings-together of the elements;
to be toyed with, writhed-over (or perhaps hurried out of the door).
They are a chance concoction of persons, a place and a moment in time, never to be repeated…
Until, that is, they call you out of the blue and find you in a moment of weakness…