The Liverpool Arts Lab is putting together a production of Harold Pinter’s ‘Mountain Language’ in Liverpool 8’s Florrie at the end of May.
We’ve already assembled a lot of the cast for our forthcoming production but there are still three available roles. We’re also keen to collaborate with stage crew, technicians or anyone else who wants to get involved in a collaborative creative process.
Part of the Arts Lab ethos is that we work with everyone, from complete beginners to experienced professionals. As with all our events and capers, the money made will be reinvested back into the Arts Lab, with everyone working on good will.
The production will take place on Tuesday 29th/Thursday 31st May and there will be pre-production rehearsals, 6-9pm weekly on Tuesdays beginning 17th April. Full commitment is essential for all cast, stage crew and technical roles; so, interested parties would need to be available on Tuesday evenings.
For further details about any of the available roles, or to express an interest in any other aspect of the production get in touch with email@example.com
Visiting her son in a prisoner and is unable to speak due to a language restriction. This is a female role, aged 60+. *Age important to role.
Quick to assert authority over the inmates, falls into line under the prison’s Officer. This is a male role, aged mid-20s.
An inmate who is the implied victim of torture. This is a male role, mid 20s/mid-30s. *Must be available 19th/20th May for filming of an essential sequence.
Tuesday 29th/Thursday 31st May
The Florrie, L8 4RF
Doors: 7pm / Show: 7.30pm
Tickets available here