Anthology

7 routes. 7 stories. Told in different places on different paths in Liverpool. Take your chance, take your seat and discover which story chooses you.

A series of headphone tours and installations created by a school of Everyman writers and performed by the Everyman Unbound Ensemble. Anthology is performed in rep with Tis Pity She’s a Whore.

Written by: Robert Farquhar, Lizzie Nunnery, Matthew David Scott, Kellie Smith, Esther Wilson, Laurence Wilson & Jeff Young

in association with The Liverpool Everyman

Anthology ran in rep 28th September 2010 until 1st Nov 2010.

Creative and Production team: Matt Angove, Suzanne Bell, Gemma Bodinetz, Laura Clark, Heather Fenoughty, Lucy Hind, Alan Lane, Sarah Lewis, Ric Mountjoy, Gordon Millar, Nina Patel-Grainger, Sean Pritchard, Daniel Rollings, Indhu Rubasingham, Paul Sawtell, Ashley Shairp, Anne Skovdal Pedersen

Anthology Performers: Ken Bradshaw, Kevin Harvey, Lucy Hind, Matti Houghton, Paul McCleary, Eileen O’Brien, Emily Pithon, Nicholas Shaw, Stuart Richman and Hugh Skinner

Voice Over Performers: Mark Arends, Derek Barr, Leanne Best, Emma Bispham, Eithne Browne, Pauline Daniels, Tom Georgeson, Matthew Kelly, Noreen Kershaw, Shaun Mason, Luke McEwan, Katherine Morley, David Morrissey, Jonathan Pryce & Paula Simms

Additional Live Performers: Chris Aukett, Gabrielle Broomes, Nick Coutu-Langmead, Esther Dix, Tana Sirois, Adam Weber

Choir: Sense of Sound

With extensive support from Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts.

And a whole host of rather magnificent people who have lent their homes, their superlambananas, gardens and many other lovely things.

 

 

Anthology press

Winner of Best Production 2010 Liverpool Daily Post

“fabulous wordcraft, acting and direction”

The Stage

“inventive and  magical theatre”

Liverpool Echo

“a wonderful adventure that leaves you inspired, heartbroken and longing for more”

Liverpool Post

"The real joy is to see a regional theatre collaborating with courage and imagination to deliver new writing in a uniquely novel way"

The Guardian

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