Intersection of Sound and Sunk

Intersection of Sound and Sunk, originally titled All In Good Time, is a cross-art form production combining stunning visuals, circus, physical performance and storytelling. Using Rod Vervest’s Voice Prints as a point of departure this timely project celebrates Albany’s personal histories collecting stories from youth, seniors and children with a focus on enabling intergenerational exchange. All In Good Time is a magical re-telling of local stories past and present.

The Creative Team

Local Writer Liz Newell, under the guidance of international Playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer, constructing this exciting new work for SEA.

Director Mark Storen along with Designer Fiona Bruce and local legend Rod Vervest lead an all star cast of Southern Edge Arts Performers in a creative development in April/May 2013.

 

Introduction workshop

Mark worked with SEA performers on Saturday 13th April as an introduction to the play and an opportunity for casting. The SEA members involved have skills in theatre, dance and circus.

 

Creative Development

The creative development period took place during both weeks of the the April School holidays daily from Monday to Saturday.

This is SEA’s very first commissioned play written by young emerging Albany playwright Liz Newell. Mentored by one of Australias most exciting Playwrights Finegan Kruckemeyer, Liz has taken fragments of true Albany history and stiched together a part factual part fictional play.  The script evokes an element of magical realism, which provides plenty of scope for Director Mark Storen and our young performers to experiment with elements of circus, acrobatics, physical skills, movement and spoken word to create a truly unique and engaging performance piece.

Rod & Ella Vervest created and performed live an original music score, and Perth Designer Fiona Bruce was engaged to create the set for the performance. Finegan Kruckemeyer joined the creative team during the second week of the school holidays to fine tune the script.

Monday 22nd April to Saturday 27th April
Monday 29th April to Saturday 4th April
SEA 77 on Sanford


Moved Reading

The creative development period culminated in a showing to friends and members of Southern Edge Arts, to present the first stage of the development. While not a finished and polished production the showing gave a good idea of the look and feel of the finished performance.

Saturday 6th May 2013
6pm at SEA,
77 on Sanford Rd