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Third Year Students Showcase Their Work

Third Year Students Showcase Their work at the 2019 BA Theatre Practice Exhibition

Student work on display at the 2019 BA Theatre Practice Exhibition

Friday, 10 May 2019

On Thursday 9 and Friday 10 May, Central hosted the 2019 BA Theatre Practice Exhibition, celebrating the accomplishments of graduating students from across all twelve courses on its BA (Hons) Theatre Practice programme.

These students have spent the past three years developing their specialist practice in preparation for wide-ranging careers within performance and associated arts.  They are highly motivated collaborators who are excited by words, performance, music, art, fashion and architecture, and are ready to innovate the future of the creative industries.

During the two days of the exhibition, work was displayed across the School’s campus, including in its new North Block building and on the Embassy Theatre stage, before an audience of industry professionals, close friends and family, and members of the public.

Central’s Principal, Professor Gavin Henderson, said:

“Central is truly a crucible of creative thinking and making.  These are difficult times, and difficult times so often inspire artistic creation and leadership, vision and originality.  We hope that you will find much of interest in this exhibition and thank you for your support of these remarkable students at the threshold of their professional careers.”

Central’s Head of Theatre Practice, Dr Kathrine Sandys, said:

“Through encountering many different models of theatre and performance practice, in collaborations across and beyond the School, students develop depth in their specialist skills.  They work with collaborative and devised theatre theatre, acting, musical theatre, drama, applied theatre and education and acting for screen, as well as with professional companies and individuals.  Graduates are able to develop careers with the critically reflective skills and knowledge necessary to continually evolve and innovate as potential leaders in their field.”

Central’s Theatre Practice students receive high-quality, specialist training from staff who are active in industry and also enjoy access to first-rate facilities, placement opportunities and excellent graduate job prospects.  They graduate with unparalleled practical experience of working on a range of performances in different spaces and venues in Central and beyond, and are truly specialists in their nominated field of interest having developed their professional identity and networks whilst learning on the course.

Visit the Theatre Practice Exhibition's image gallery on Facebook.

Displaying and presenting their work at the 2019 Theatre Practice Exhibition were:

Design for the Stage

Cara Evans, Performance Designer

Erin Guan, Set and Costume Designer

Kathy Hoste, Performance Designer

Sophie James Frost, Set and Costume Designer

Qianer Jin, Set Designer

Olga-Zoe Mendrinos, Set and Costume Designer

Arabella Ockenden, Set and Costume Designer

Denisha Parmenter, Designer

David Spence, Stage Designer

 

Theatre Lighting Design

Lauren Elizabeth Godin, Theatre Lighting Designer

Paige Leaf-Wright, Lighting Designer, Associate and Assistant

Barbora Senoltova, Lighting and Video Designer

Sam Thomas, Lighting Designer

Olly Wilson, Theatre Creator

 

Theatre Sound

Beth Duke, Sound Designer and Composer for Theatre

Jack Vincent, Sound Engineer and Operator

 

Performance Arts

Frankie Brown, Performance Artist

Madison Cannon, Puppeteer and Performer

Cassie Champrasit, Performance Artist

Viola D’Errico, Performance Artist

Jacob Dale, Writer and Performer

Jazz Ely, Performance Maker

Antonia Eugenie, Artist and Curator

Connor Joe/ Joy Less, Drag Queen

Lucia Pazzini, Performance Artist

Nic Ramsay, Artist and Editor

Freya Storch, Writer and Actor

Becky Turner, Performance Artist, Podcaster and Producer

Jessie Velthuis, Physical Theatre Artist

 

Puppetry

Eleanor Cunningham, Puppeteer

Bryony Moores O’Sullivan, Puppeteer and Artist

Bridget Whiting, Puppeteer

Lana Zuravska, Puppeteer, Designer and Puppet Maker

 

Costume Construction

Jessica Arkin, Costume Maker

Evie Bearman, Costume Maker and Supervisor

Orla Convery, Costume Maker and Designer

Elise Davis, Costume Maker

Grace Drake, Costume Maker

Yiran Duan, Costume Maker

Rosie Holditch, Creative Knitwear Maker

Lucy Jenkins, Costume Maker

Charlotte Mundy, Costume Maker and Supervisor

Megan Sayers, Costume Maker and Supervisor

Anni Sildvee, Costume Maker

Georgia Smithers, Costume Construction

Henry Wilkinson, Costume Designer and Maker

 

Scenic Construction

Jacopo Baggio, Fabricator

Reis Martin, Scenic Constructor and CNC Machinist

Ezra Mills. Scenic Constructor

Carolina Parreira, Scenic Constructor

Charlotte Stewart, Draughtsperson

 

Scenic Art

Ellen Forbes, Scenic Artist and Painter

Boston Gielens, Scenic Painter

Madeleine Young, Scenic Artist

 

Prop Making

Gary Bradley, Prop Maker

Hal Forman, Prop Maker

Verity Powell, Prop Maker and Sculptor

Sophie Radley, Prop Maker

Sarah-Jane Roberts, Maker and Designer

Sophie Smith, Creature Artist, Prop Costume and Prop Maker

 Ben Thwaites, Prop Maker

Sheryl Woo, Prop Maker

 

Production Lighting

Tom Courtier, Production Electrician

Michael Glanville, Production Electrician

David Peters, Production Electrician and Programmer

Raycher Phua, Lighting Designer and Production Lighting

James Smellie, Lighting Programmer and Theatre Re-Lighter

 

Stage Management

Gabriella Bland

Millie Cousins

James Kiell

Tilly Kirkwood

Millie Mack

Tobias Millard

Hector Moyes

Charlotte Owen

Emily Mei-Ling Pearce

Mollie Porteous

Kathryn Sanders

Connor Stewart

 

Technical and Production Management

Lili Muslihah, Production and Stage Manager

Leonie Hertig

 

 

 

 

Graduates are able to develop careers with the critically reflective skills and knowledge necessary to continually evolve and innovate as potential leaders in their field.

Dr Kathrine Sandys, Central’s Head of Theatre Practice