PAST PRODUCTION:

Life, Still

Epic transitions paired with stark lighting flashes really gives you a pain-stricken “other-worldly” feel, beautifully accompanied by a live cellist which adds another touch of live drama to the piece. As a whole, I was impressed by Greedy Pig Theatre Company’s first production.

TheatreLab 2019



When things started changing, nobody did anything. No riots, no protests, nothing. But how long could this last? In a society built on a rigid class system, where people are ranked from Class A to Class Z, these three original plays question the length that ordinary people will go to when faced with a life they no longer feel a part of. Be taken into the uncomfortably familiar world of these plays, as actors change characters and stories interlink. Cast a mirror to a society where, when it mattered, people did nothing. But rebellion is starting to stir and, if one thing’s certain, it’s that people won’t sit quiet for ever…

Three interlinking short plays set in a dystopian future.

Premiered June 2nd & 8th 2019 at Burdall's Yard, Bath.

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THE TEAM

Hover over a creative to see who they are and how they made Life, Still come to life.

THE PLAYS

Life, Still is comprised of three interlinking short plays set in a dystopian future. They are:

CLASSIFIED

by Jayne Woodhouse

"I wish you wouldn't keep... helping people": in a world of curfews and hidden surveillance, a woman arrives home late one evening. She's been investigating again.

THE WATCHERS

by Jayne Woodhouse

Sarah's mother was one of the first Watchers. It's been years since they took her away and now Sarah is out for revenge.

SEEKING MANCHESTER

by Douglas Murdoch

Leading a revolution from their basement, Matt and Casper’s plans of overthrowing the system are rapidly dying, but one thing keeps them going - the prospect of a safe haven: Manchester.

© 2021 by Greedy Pig Theatre Company. Imagery by Megan Smethurst and Richard Kaby.

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