Puppet theatre revivals of past shows.

Scene-by-scene, hand-drawn storyboards of past shows.

Photos/videos/music from past shows.

Inheritance, Plymouth Fringe Festival, 2016

 
Inheritance was a one-on-one piece (with myself as performer) where audience members sat and listened to a monologue on headphones, whilst being invited to participate in small interactions and also receive personalised gifts made during the performance. Inheritance explored loneliness, connection and how we define ourselves, both by the secrets we keep and by our relationships with others.
 
Audience responses:
 
"Thankyou for the most personal, moving and powerful theatre I've ever experienced. I've never seen any show like it. It took me somewhere new and left me feeling spoilt and changed."
 
'Thankyou so much for Inheritance. Myself and my girlfriend's hearts were warmed (me) and broken (her)."

A Doll's House, Space Arts Centre, 2015

 
A Doll’s House was performed by Greta Gould, Johan Hallstrom, Jason McKell, Jack Hudson and Rachel Handshaw; set and costume design by Grace Smart, with lighting design by Tom Webber (photo credit Alex Johnston).
 
**** 'A fine and surprising revival [...] a bold and seriously smart new version, it speaks of a director and company actively engaged in finding those unexplored spaces, those pockets of fresh air and ideas, that can still be unearthed in such a well-trodden play.' - Exeunt 
 
**** 'Honest and touching [...] the richness of the play is powerfully brought to the stage with care and respect.' - The New Current
 
'There is really so much to like about this production [...] it constantly feels smartly contemporary [and is] acted with real precision and drive.' - Postcards from the Gods

Object Love, VAULT Festival, 2015

 
Object Love was performed by Cindy-Jane Armbruster, Michaela Brooks and Harki Bhambra; it was designed by Grace Smart (photo credit: Hannah Quigley).
 
The show was an exploration of objectum-sexuality, inspired by exclusive interviews with members of the OS community about their relationships with objects.
 
**** 'There is a stunning beauty in Mashiter's writing...she has researched with care and understanding and has written a play that is so delicate and tender...that one is drawn completely into this production.' - The New Current
 
'A bold new piece of writing with something to capture the attention of even the most jaded theatregoers.' - views from the gods

SPARK, VAULT Festival, 2014

 
SPARK was performed by Holly Campbell, with lighting designed by Maud Young and magic devised by Jon Armstrong (photo credit: Maud Young).
 
The show was a reworking of Burger's classic gothic ballad Lenore, combining storytelling with original music and magic.
 
**** 'Truly mesmerising [...] never anything less than compelling [...] a sense of Gothic horror always in the background.' - views from the gods
 
**** 'Reminiscent of The Turn of the Screw [...] An excellent psychological thriller.' - remotegoat

Swindlestock, Rose Bruford College, 2013

 

 

Swindlestock, written by Iona Twistor-Davies and Tomas Wolstenholme, was performed by a combination of Acting students and Actor-Musicianship students from Rose Bruford College.

 

The show was a folk-musical, performed in a rough-theatre style, about real-life riots in Oxford in the 1300s. It was staged in the round at the Rose Theatre.

Twelfth Night, English and Japanese Tour, 2011

 

 

A production of Twelfth Night I directed for a Japanese and English tour in 2011, visiting various theatres, universities and other performance spaces (photo credit: Andrew Woolner).

 

**** ’One of the funniest performances of the play (possibly even of any Shakespearean comedy) I can think of […] It was a perfect illustration of a sharp, delivery-driven festival of a production.’ - Varsity