Posts Tagged ‘the resurrectionists’

The time for secrets is over. Today we split the heart sac. In this small room we unpack the hidden things, set free the stopped voices, the sins kept silent, the shut breath. Here, at the terminus, nothing matters. (words by Alan Hay, photo by Martin Crook) Vesalius – a Requiem was the first music-theatre […]

A flurry of excited e-mail exchanges with my co-Resurrectionists Cheryl Pickering and Richard Chew confirms that our music-theatre opus Vesalius-a Requiem is closer to being restaged. Rick and I created the piece for The Old Operating Theatre Museum, at London Bridge, in 1996, having previewed it in mac‘s intimate Hexagon Theatre a couple of months […]