Epiphany Theatre Company

productions

YOU, ME &
EVERYTHING
IN-BETWEEN

Art Est Art Studios

May 22, 2021

IWC Gulgadya Festival 2021

‘You, Me and Everything In-Between’ is an original performance video installation that juxtaposes award winning monologues - written and adapted for IYT by Jane Bodie - of teenage identity, wanting and loss with the pagan realm of transformation and redemption from Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

 

Reimagined as an edgy, urban fairy tale, this performance installation is part confession, part accusation. It’s a youthful explosion of ideas, merging live theatre, surrealist poetry, film and rock n roll and invites the intimacy of the viewer by breaking the fourth wall with direct address revelations and confrontations. The viewer is cast as a perpetrator one minute and best friend the next, experiencing what they do, having to navigate a world where everything is publicly seen and felt and responded to.  With a cool soundtrack of original songs and sound design, this is our youth and they’ll decide who they are, moment to moment.

LADY MACBETH'S REVENGE

Bell Shakespeare Shorts Festival 2020 - WINNER - Excellence in Direction

"Blown away by these kids and the way they committed to this. Nice editing, terrific movement of the camera and the graveyard floats like a ghost.”

Lisa McCune - four-time Gold Logie Award-winning Australian actress

“I love this one, this is very serious - one of the more serious ones… very moody. And, with original music too, which I thought was just great.”

Peter Evans - Artistic Director Bell Shakespeare

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lord of the flies

The Forum Theatre

September 14 & 15, 2019

Nominated for the

Sydney Fringe Festival Best Youth Production

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Camelot

The Greek Theatre

December 14, 2017

Adapted from

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.

A midsummer nights dream

stories in the dArk

The Greek Theatre

November 3, 2018

 

Two contemporary Award Winning Australian Plays

'Stories In The Dark'

by Debra Oswald

'The Trolleys'

by Sara West.

The Greek Theatre

June 18, 2017

Adapted from

A Midsummer Nights Dream.