‘PASSENGERS or what ever happened to Icarus’ by Daniel Julian
A modern reinterpretation of the myth of Icarus and Daedalus in relation to the routines we make everyday in public transport and how that impacts the way we perceive the world in the present time. In a dystopian future where everything is provided and marked for everyone's needs, Icarus one day decides to deviate from his path and challenge the established rules. This unveils a series of events that exposes the flaws of this apparent perfect world, and forces its habitants to look at the world through a critical lens.
Meg Lake (www.spotlight.com/1172-4538-7992)
Training: MA East 15 Acting School 2015. Stage credits include: Memorial (Fentiman Productions, Westminster); Resurrecting the Shakespeare Hut (LSHTM/The Mustard Club); Something for the Men (Baron’s Court Theatre), Scapegoat, (SLAM); Lowland Clearances (Hobo Theatre). Films: Havisham and L1berat1on and currently filming the new web series NightWatchMan (Wolfpack Productions). Meg is delighted to be working again with director Kasia Rozycki.
Gemma Leader (www.spotlight.com/0452-4535-3548)
Gemma is an actor with a real passion and enthusiasm for new writing. As an Associate Artist of Off the Cliff, Gemma is greatly looking forward to joining the cast of Passengers. Recent theatre credits include Closer (Crescent Arts), Betrayal (St. David's Hall), Resolution (Etcetera Theatre), White Inside (Theatre 503), Eleemosynary (Tristan Bates), Everything’s Normal (Unheard Festival) and Two Girls (Clear Lines).
Daniel Julian (www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/3017-4507-1759)
Daniel is a Spanish actor and writer based in London. He studied at Brunel University London and later trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Daniel has been often involved in devised and contemporary theatre.
Fanos Xenofos (www.spotlight.com/0453-5610-9219)
Fanos trained at ALRA and Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. Credits include: The Jonathan Pie EU Referendum Special, The Road Not Travelled (Theatre 503) Swimming With Sharks (Vaudeville Theatre), Antigone (Southwark Playhouse), Don Quixote in Algiers (White Bear Theatre) Hedda Gabler (Riverside Studios), Tunnel (Brighton Fringe), Haram Iran (Above The Stag Theatre), Dogs Barking (Toronto & Edinburgh Festivals), Failed States (Edinburgh Festival), Mankind (History Channel), Planespotting (Granada Television) and Rest Upon The Wind.
'Passengers or what ever happened to Icarus' will be performed as part of Metamorphoses Festival at the Bread and Roses Theatre, 7.30pm on 15-16th & 18th-20th May
Directed and produced by Kasia Różycki (https://www.kasiarozycki.co.uk/)
TICKETS (£10/£8): http://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/metamorphoses.html