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Rise: Macro vs. Micro


The Old Vic Workrooms, April 2016

Written and Performed by The Old Vic New Voices Community Company
Directors: Rachel Briscoe, Joseph Hancock, Jess Daniels
Designer: Naomi Kuyck-Cohen
Lighting Designer: Joshua Gadsby
Producer: Joanna Mackie
Production photographs: Richard Lakos
Still photographs: Naomi Kuyck-Cohen

Design Assistants: Alice Cousins,  Becky-Dee Trevenen, Chloe Dunscombe, Jess Banting & Rosemary Maltezos
Production Electricians: Ben Jacobs, Hector Murray, Iyce Haights Kariuku, Lara Davidson & Liam Tranter

Rise: Macro vs Micro is a series of performances and installations inspired by issues around climate change and the environment, taking place at The Old Vic Workrooms in Bermondsey.

The performances have been created by our community writers on attachment who have been working with BAFTA nominated writer, Kenny Emson, and directors Joe Hancock and Rachel Briscoe and will feature performances from members of The Old Vic Community Company.

The event concludes with a chaired debate in the main space exploring the idea of Macro vs Micro: What difference can we make at a local level and when do we need to act big?

You can read about the creative process between Joshua Gadsby and I in the Method section.