Wednesday, 27 November 2013

The Call for Moons


                                                                                                              Foto by Eiona Roberts

Part of my MA Drama is Reflective Practice. We have 2 practical assessments as 'work in progress' and then a final BIG production at the end of the MA. I would really like to take my story The Tethered Fairy Ring through for my final piece & am working on developing it, but for Reflective Practice 1, I have written a specific story to take to production that will enable me to push my boundaries and try out some of the things we have been learning this term.

I won't tell you the story of my 'Mother Moon' because that would ruin it for you, should you come to see it live, but I would like to share here some of the stories that contribute to the end production.

The first being ... The Call for Moons!

I put a shout out on facebook for pictures of moons and would like to thank ...

Eiona Roberts
Rhian Roberts
Jo Day Lewis
Mike Richrads
Darren Boxer
Michelle Jones
Paul Adams

... who did not hesitate to send me their beautiful moon photographs. I was so excited to receive them that I have already made a projection film which will be central to the story 'Mother Moon' production. I would like it to be projected onto the floor but I don't think that this will be practically possible, so will probably use a screen. I can hear the music in my head and can't wait to get into my studio to compose and record it.

I am so touched by the generosity of these photographers to jump to help me with my assignment with their wonderful pictures of the actual real MOON!!!


Thank you Photo Gallery
 showcasing one picture each from 
of the photographers:


 Michelle Jones


Jo Day Lewis


Mike Richards


Eiona Roberts


Darren Boxer


Rhian Roberts


Paul Adams



1 comment:

  1. Cheryl there is some technology that I have seen used in a sensory room for kids with disabilities that projects to the floor and interacts when you step on it eg a sheet of ice appear to crack?

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