“It’s not ‘natural’ to speak well, eloquently, in an interesting, articulate way.
“Questions and answers depend on a game – a game that is at once pleasant and difficult – in which each of the two partners takes pains to use only the rights given him by the other and by the accepted form of dialogue.
Our first project using mobile devices with audiences was Uncle Roy All Around You in 2003.
– Matt Locke is Director of Storythings, Deputy Chair of British Science Association and also runs The Story.
With our collaborators Hydrocracker, we have just launched Operation Black Antler – an immersive theatre work in which members of the public are invited to go undercover at a protest meeting on the fringes of British society.
– a guest blog by Sarah-Jayne Butler, cast member for Operation Black Antler
As an actor a huge draw to this project was the opportunity to work collaboratively, creating a piece of work that seeks to challenge and question our own perceptions and understanding rather than to offer answers.
We have just launched our next project, Operation Black Antler – an immersive theatre work in which members of the public are invited to go undercover at a protest meeting.