OCT 16 - OCT 26
Sunday – Thursday, 7:30pm, 60 mins
After a successful run at Theatre Utopia in Croydon, Misprint Theatre are proud to present their second production at Theatre N16. No scene changes, no set: just two actors and a story everyone can relate to. Every relationship has every possibility. Possibilities is written and directed by Jamal Chong, and performed by Jamal Chong with Kate Gwynn.
Misprint Theatre are a newly formed company, with their first production Up The Ante receiving a four star review from RemoteGoat. Their work focuses on new writing and stories people can relate to. Their productions are character driven, which concentrate on straight stories with clear beginning, middle and ends, where the actors and script are pushed to captivate the audience’s attention and not the fancy set. The company, which consists of over ten members, are mostly lifelong friends, who have known each other for over ten years. This gives them a certain level of trust and respect to each other, where risks can be taken and special work can be created.
Jamal Chong, who founded Misprint Theatre, also runs and owns Theatre Utopia, a brand new fringe theatre in the heart of South London, Croydon. Their aim is to encourage new writing and new companies, offering a box office split on shows and cheap hire rates, they have so far produced over 80 productions so far since October 2015.
“intriguingly written, offering an interesting and somewhat quirky concept which proves to be both absorbing and refreshingly stimulating” Actdrop
take a chance on this fledging company and their courageous first production (…) they have bet everything on the capabilities of their actors to hold on to the attention of its audience, and hold it they do - by the balls for the most part” Remotegoat
“a story everyone can relate to (…) both interesting and funny, sad and wry (…) nicely written" West End Wilma