Stellar Quines are delighted to be providing creative support to the development of The Network’s new Fringe production Propeller, directed by Caitlin Skinner (Village Pub Theatre, Sanitised, Woke). The Network was first formed in 2017 and is part of Scottish Drama Training Network.
Stellar Quines’ support has included dramaturgical input from our Creative Learning Associate Catherine Grovesnor, and our Artistic Director Jemima Levick supporting the auditioning and rehearsal process.
“The SDTN production is a really exciting contribution to the Festival Fringe scene, as well as being of real importance and value for our sector as a whole. These emergent artists are our future, and as an organisation that works to inspire women & girls, we are intrigued to hear what their collaboration with the brilliant Caitlin Skinner, has to say about the world as it is now. We look forward to supporting the project as it develops in the coming months” Jemima Levick
So you want to change the world? Really? You? You Instagram checking, avo-smashing, coconut-flat-white sipping loser? Yeah, the world sucks sometimes – OK, a lot. But you can’t do anything about it. Can you? This show says yes, yes you can. Maybe.
If you ever feel frustrated about the way things are but don’t know what to do about it, this is the show for you.
A devised piece about power and the possibility of change, directed by double Fringe First winner Caitlin Skinner and co-created by The Network Ensemble.
Previews: 1 – 3 August 1pm
Performances: 4 – 27 August 1pm (excluding 13 and 21 August)
Tickets: £6 – £9
Venue: Pleasance Theatre
Watch Director Caitlin Skinner on why you should go and see Propeller