DARK TALES 2011
DARK TALES Quint-Essential's début production: Three original horror plays in one night
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY ELI BREESHAW
SOUND & LIGHTING DESIGN BY VICTOR PALFI
THE LONDON TOUR: THE ROSEMARY BRANCH, Islington - UPSTAIRS AT THE GATEHOUSE, Highgate Village - THE LION & UNICORN, Kentish Town
THE ORIGINAL CAST: Sarah Tyler Shaw, Andy Gibbins, Monique Cunningham & Jasraj Sahota
BLOODY MARY - A group of friends get together for a night of drinking beer and watching scary films but what starts as a childish dare soon turns very nasty. As the friends go missing one by one we are left questioning whether Bloody Mary is just an urban legend after all.
UNSOUND MIND - Dr. Michael Evans returns to work after recovering from the death of his partner, quickly he becomes emotionally involved with his unpredictable new patient Jenny. After Michael confesses all to his boss he is forced to end it or risk losing his job. This results in disastrous consequences for all involved.
THE EVACUEE - A young girl is evacuated out of WWII London to live out in the country with George, a man whom she has never met before and who is currently dealing with the loss of his wife and daughter. As the young girl struggles to cope living so far away from home and her mother, things are made worse by strange goings on in the house and we find that the death of George's family may not be what it first seemed.
Due to high demand for tickets during their last week of the tour The Lion & Unicorn invited Quint-Essential back for an extended 1 week run during October 2011. Unfortunately 3 of the original cast members were unable to perform that week, so armed with a brand new cast Quint-Essential returned to the Lion & Unicorn & performed to fantastic audiences, finishing their run with an amazing 5 star review.
DARK TALES - THE EXTENDED WEEK
VENUE: THE LION & UNICORN, Kentish Town
NEW CAST: Ian Breeds, Rochelle Parry, Maria Eugenio & Sarah Tyler Shaw
Lighting & Sound operated by Daniel Christian
To read the full 5 STAR review visit http://www.remotegoat.co.uk/review_view.php?uid=7602