We’re loving our diverse cast of clients for 2017-18. We’ve listed the artists and shows we’re currently working with on live projects, for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe season and beyond.
Alive: Music for The Nigh of the Living Dead
Ben Singer of Modern Robot provides an improvised live score to screenings of Romero’s horror classic. Bringing together the tradition of silent film, the aesthetic of film scoring, and sounds of contemporary instruments, Ben creates a mesmerizing score.
Private eye Butt Kapinski invites you to co-star in a film noir murder mystery. Join Butt in a seedy world of sex, sin, shadows and subterfuge as you take the ride of a full-on interactive comedic experience. Created by and starring Deanna Fleysher.
Cast A Dark Shadow is a Gothic Americana musical experience in a cabaret setting; tracing the common sonic threads that run through 60s pop, surf and rock n’ roll, embellished with influences from electronica and the avant garde.
In The Girl from Oz, drag superstar and RuPaul’s Drag Race season six finalist Courtney Act takes us over the rainbow and down under in a cabaret-style comedy and live tunes extravaganza, full of hits and high notes.
Danny (Tim Minchin on Prozac) finds a grey area between art and science, and lifts the lid on some hilarious family dynamics. Featuring original music, a bit of Chopin, and yes, a show tune or two, Songs from the Black Sheep embraces the oddball in every family
Hans: Mein Camp
In a world of political and social turmoil, only Berlin boy wonder Hans can lead the revolution in this all-singing, all-tap dancing, accordion-pumping cabaret extravaganza, full of pop hits, hotpants, and razor-sharp wit.
Joe’s NYC Bar
An interactive, immersive, and improvised theatre happening set in a New York City dive bar, where the audience is invited to pitch in. No one show is the same as actors mingle with punters and different musical guest stars provide a live soundtrack.
Keeping My Kidneys
Weed lube, throuple therapy, and one life-altering text message. Critically acclaimed American comedian Mindy Raf demolishes the romantic comedy with an open mind, heart, and vagina.
Acclaimed cabaret performer Michael Griffiths IS Annie Lennox. From the gender bending early days as half of Eurythmics through to her stunning solo career, Annie’s bittersweet lyrics share stories of her triumphs and heartbreak.
Truth Vs. Reality is a retrospective of Michelle’s Grammy-nominated albums, wrapped up in an exploration of her controversial career. Expect world-class music, sassy banter, and a good time.
Long before Madonna, the world was Gaga for Nazimova. PLACES takes a racy, multimedia look at Alla Nazimova, a 1920s silent movie femme fatale, pioneering scissor sister, and probably the most famous star you’ve never heard of.
Sasquatch: The Opera
A modern opera about a misunderstood monster, created by Roddy Bottum (Faith No More, Imperial Teen). Part folklore, part love story, the opera follows the demise of a small town redneck family and a taboo love affair that blossoms in its aftermath.
A spontaneous, semi-improvised, and socially anxious one-person comedy show about you. It’s based on the audience’s life experiences and features an arsenal of Post-It® notes. Oh, and there’s a party.
International cabaret sex god Tomás Ford reaches for international stardom with his biggest, dumbest cheese extravaganza yet, Pop Craptacular, and returning crowd-pleaser Crap Music Rave Party (spruced up with a pop twist).