Deep in the woods of an abandoned village, the present is haunted by the past as a group of students embark on a film project about a 17th century witch, Freya.
The time periods bleed into one another as the shoot unfolds and we learn the truth behind Freya’s troubled past. All the while, ghostly echoes spectate the begin to intervene, drawn to the all-too-human dispositions that transcend time.
Our 17-strong cast from our brand new Curve Young Company Act will take you on a journey that explores the fear of people being different; a notion often rooted in the issues we face in modern society, including bullying, homophobia and terrorism.
I’m very excited to be directing this production at Curve with such a talented cast. The play opens for two nights in March as part of a double bill alongside ‘The Changing Rooms’ by Chris Bush.
Director Kieran Vyas
Costume Design Amy Lestrange
Sound Design Praju Govind and Sam Hussain
Special Thanks to Sarah Ingram, Mel Knott and Suba Das
“The talented cast were terrific…Curve Young Company have proved what an immensely talented young community Curve continues to nurture.” – Western Park Gazette
“Great to see our Curve Young Companies performing with such confidence & flair this evening in their NT Connections plays. Huge congratulations to all the brilliant young actors & directors Kieran Vyas & Paul Rogers.” – Nikolai Foster (Artistic Director of Curve)