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There’s raucous laughter streaming out of The Jack’s rehearsal room. A sign that the Gut Girls are in and up to no good. Take a look at what they’ve been up to with these fantastic rehearsal shots courtesy of Mark Bowsher.
And to see The Gut Girls in their full glory, book your tickets here. Don’t forget tickets for the first two nights are just £10 each!
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In just over a week it will be lights up on The Gut Girls and we are absolutely delighted to welcome on board Katharina Hollerwöger as Stage Manager.
CLICK HERE to find out more about Katharina’s previous work along with the rest of the crew and CLICK HERE to book your tickets. Don’t forget preview tickets are only £10!
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We are pleased to announce the cast
of our latest production; Sarah Daniel’s The Gut Girls!
The Gut Girls will be our fifth production at The Jack
and we are very excited to be back with a play bursting with local interest.
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January sees us launching into pre-production for our first show of 2014. You’ll find the casting details for The Gut Girls over on the Jobs & Castings page. Tickets for the show are on sale and you can book online with no fees by CLICKING HERE.
Check out the productions photos from our last show of 2013, the double Offie nominated Corpus Christi over in the Gallery. A big thanks to The Space for hosting us and for the shout out in their end of year podcast which you can find by clicking here.
You can see the work of Corpus Christi director, John Fricker, and The Gut Girls director, Amy Gunn, as part of the One Festival 2014 at The Space, which begins this week so do go and check that out too!
Thanks for your support last year and here’s to more success in the coming one!
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We’re very excited to announce that OutFox’s first show of 2014 sees us return to The Jack Studio Theatre in Brockley with a play laiden with local interest.
Running from March 11th-29th, Sarah Daniels‘ The Gut Girls takes a look at the women working in the cattle sheds in the docks of Victorian Deptford. Find out more about the show by checking out our FORTHCOMING SHOWS page. You can also book tickets online by CLICKING HERE.
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Corpus Christi is about to start its second week at The Space theatre on the Isle of Dogs. The show was last performed in the UK thirteen years ago when writer Terrence McNally was issued with a Fatwa over the content of the piece. A take on a story that has lasted over 2000 years with a central theme of Love, Corpus Christi is not one to be confined to the archives.
To tempt you along here are some photos of the rehearsal period courtesy of Katherine Rodden at K-Rod Photography.
Click here for the Gallery
In addition to this we have started to receive some great reviews, including FOUR STARS FROM GAY TIMES which you can check out by heading to the Reviews page and if that wasn’t enough we have a promotional ticket offer for you. Just quote the code Texas when booking online for £8 tickets. Limited availability so book before they go!
There are only two weeks left to catch this “intense and thought-provoking” production – book now to avoid disappointment!
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The good news is finally here ladies and gentlemen. As our final show for the year, Terrence McNally’s Corpus Christi, begins it’s rehearsals today we are delighted to present to you its heavenly CAST and CREW.
Click here to read all about our cast.
Click here to read all about our crew.
Tickets are on sale now! Make sure you don’t miss the next OutFox adventure with our new friends at The Space. CLICK HERE to book now.
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As we await the next Marigolds review to share with you we have some other wonderful news to reveal. After two fantastic outings as part of our design team we’re delighted to announce that William Ingham is joining the OutFox Associates. Here’s what he had to say about joining the team…
I didn’t get into lighting because I wanted to work with cables, connectors and impressive technical equipment. The numbers don’t interest me very much. I got into lighting because I wanted to create something visually stunning in front of a live audience; to collaborate with other creatives and performers to produce something really special. And although I’ve had plenty of opportunity to do this it’s very rare that you find a company in which you feel so included in the whole process and an equal amongst the whole cast and crew. OutFox managed this from the outset. Working on Rope I didn’t feel like the guy who had just come in to slap some lights on at the end but an essential member of the company with a creative say and the freedom to voice my views.
OutFox has quickly became more like family rather than just another company. How do they do this? It’s the small things really. John’s passion coupled with his openness to opinion, Kirsty keeping us fed and watered during tech week or Amy’s ability to come up with a running gag based on your name. These are things which they take for granted but which are often overlooked by other professional companies. Working with people like this makes you want to go above and beyond and deliver something truly special. It makes you agree to the challenging and insane (like how to make glowing marigolds). To be made an associate is a huge honour. I’m sure it will only lead to me agreeing to take on even more outlandish challenges but it’s going to be fun rising to them.
To check out Will’s latest work for OutFox you can book for The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds in action at the Jack Studio Theatre until October 19th by CLICKING HERE. Views From The Gods had this to say:
“the clever lighting from William Ingham, timed perfectly with the music. Bright yellow lights positioned around the stage take in turn to gradually shine and fade, creating a sense of the world spinning, of breathing, of living. Or of glowing radioactivity. It’s an extraordinary effect, and gives an insight into Tillie’s strong beliefs in science, and her hopes for a better life one day.”
For more information about Will’s past work check out his biog over on the ABOUT page by CLICKING HERE.
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We’re delighted that just in time to accompany our production photos going online from Marigolds that we can also give you a link to the superb write-up from Everything Theatre accompanying their FOUR STAR review of the show!
“One of the sweetest, most tender productions out there at the moment. Aimed at all kinds of audience, you will simply love it.” CLICK HERE FOR THE REVIEW
CLICK HERE FOR THE PRODUCTION PHOTO GALLERY.
And after checking those out you can CLICK HERE TO BOOK TICKETS.
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Rehearsals are well underway for the fourth OutFox Production; Paul Zindel’s The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds. This critically acclaimed play has earned several awards, including an Obie Award for best play of the season (1970), the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for best American play of the year (1970), and the Pulitzer Prize for drama (1971). It was so popular that in 1972 Twentieth-Century Fox released a film version directed by Paul Newman, starring Joanne Woodward. CLICK HERE to join us as photographer David Monteith-Hodge captures some of the beautiful mutations taking place in the rehearsal room at the Jack Studio Theatre.
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To catch the Marigold’s cast in action book your tickets CLICK HERE.
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