Weekly drama workshops for young deaf people. Aged 12-21
A Love Divided
adapted by Ian Bustard, Gerry Ramage and Ronnie Simon
Performed by Solar Bear Deaf Youth Theatre
Director & Editor: Ian Bustard
Assistant Director: Ronnie Simon
Director of Photography: Enrico Frances
Camera Operator: Alan Rae
Composer: Scott Twynholm
Designer: Rachel Macallan
Make Up: Daniel Livingston
What happens when you fall in love with the boy who lives on the wrong side of town?
It can only lead to heartache and tragedy.
Solar Bear Deaf Youth Theatre present a contemporary version of Shakespeare's tragic tale. In a gritty urban city the river separates the Southsiders from the Northsiders but this doesn't keep the lovers apart Their friends, and their families, don't approve and will do what it takes to keep them from being together with tragic consequences. A dark and haunting silent film in black and white with an atmospheric original soundtrack.
There will be a private screening on Saturday 22 November at GFT, Rose St, Glasgow.
Please check back for future screening details.
The Great Yes, No, Don't Know Five Minute Theatre
On 23/24 June the National Theatre of Scotland live streamed over 200 five minute filmed theatre performances over 24 hours on the theme of Yes, No, Don't Know loosely based around the Independence debate.
Solar Bear Deaf Youth Theatre devised a piece and filmed it at The Arches and it was shown in the last hour of the event.
You can watch the beautifully haunting film - The Invisible Kingdom
Here is the link to the National Theatre of SCotland's website if you would like to see more films http://fiveminutetheatre.com
CREATE, THEATRE, DRAMA, ACT, DANCE, MOVEMENT, MIME, STORYTELLING, MAKE FRIENDS, HAVE FUN
Every Wednesday 7pm – 9pm
The Arches, Glasgow
Deaf Youth Theatre (DYT) is Britain’s only year-round, permanent youth theatre for young people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing. With a reputation for groundbreaking work in creating theatre productions that are accessible to deaf and hearing audience, DYT is producing Scotland’s first generation of professional deaf actors.
To get involved get in touch through our web site, facebook or twitter.
Our next DYT production in Summer 2014 will be a re-staging of The Birthday of the Infanta.
“For the future, let those who come to play with me have no hearts”.
For performance dates, venue and times please check back later.