Here are just a few projects we have on deck at various stages of development or consideration for future production. Any one of them could be the next thing you’ll see from theatre no. 6.
If a project piques your interest and you’d like to help us make it a reality, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.
A full-cast contemporary setting of Shakespeare’s play about a sex scandal, the use and abuse of political power, and the nature of justice, staged in a unique venue: the Large Lodge at Freemason Hall. Take a look at the photos below and tell us that a Shakespeare production in this space would not be way cool.
This project was originally scheduled for the summer of 2016 but is now on hold and may well return in a scaled-down and adapted form.
In the not-too-distant future, an algorithm is discovered that transforms the world wide web into an immersive, multimedia religious experience. They call it the Deep End. The whole world is into it – except for one woman. Rather than ecstatic, her visions in the Deep End are of horrific suffering.
An amateur theatre group attempts to dramatize the story of her disappearance without upsetting the censors of their day.
A kind of spiritual sequel to U: The Comedy of Global Warming.
If Shakespeare’s most famous play can be adapted into an entertainment that synthesizes what Derrida had to say about its ghost, Paul Mason’s book on PostCapitalism, and some answer to why world poverty persists in the midst of so much wealth, theatre no. 6 is determined to try.
A messed up but engaging chamber version of the play for a small cast.
A meditation on our existence in time-space and how our inability to conceive its opposite keeps us trapped in more ways than we can imagine, unless…unless…
A two-hander for one very unhinged escape artist and his doctor.
Plato’s dialogues on love – Lysis, Phaedrus, and The Symposium – adapted for the stage.
An evening of theatre for the head and the heart.