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Other Open Secret events:

On Saturday August 19th 2006, the Open Secret Season played host to a one-performance only revival of Once Was Home, a programme of short pieces written by Dan Horrigan and directed by Rosie Lawrence.  A packed house enjoyed the sequence of biting, humorous, provocative and moving shorts. Running order and cast list HERE.

On Saturday August 26th 2006, Future Shots presented freshly written work pulled to its feet with minimal rehearsal.  Nicola Neal, Catherine Houston-Eyers, Chris Sciueref, Doris Zajer, Charlie Palmer, Richard Keightley, Richard McStay, and Karl Sedgwick performed the short pieces.  Gallery and an audio recording HERE

On Monday August 28th 2006, Pre-Plague performed their unique comedy-rock show.  A dollop of Prog, a smidgen of New-Romanticism, some piano-jazz and a bit of boyband syndrome were sent up mercilessly and musically as tempers frayed and the vocalist threatened to take his auntie's keyboard away!  See photos HERE.

Also included in the season's calendar were workshops on Goethe's Faust.  We hope to present further work on Faust at some time in the future.  Watch this space!

Related past projects:

The Open Secret Season grew out of the past video and theatre work of
Dan Horrigan and Tod Higginson.  Here are some of their past projects:

The Broken Heart
John Ford's classically set drama, written in 1633.  Directed by Dan Horrigan, and starring Counterfeiters cast members Richard Keightley and Bridget Collins.

written and directed by Dan Horrigan, and based on the Greek ur-myth.  With silent film video projections by Tod Higginson.  Premiered at London's
The Space in May 2005, and revived at The Lion and Unicorn in August 2005.  Two further parts of a trilogy are forthcoming.

Tod started his theatrical career as Technical Director for this monthly evening of political shorts.  Having played to capacity audiences at London's Theatre 503, and enjoyed five-star reviews at the 2005 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, subVERSE is currently on sabbatical, but you can find out more about past shows HERE.

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