Heathcote Williams poem “SACRED ELEPHANT” Opens at LaMama featuring Jeremy Crutchley0
LaMama Presents SACRED ELEPHANT by Heathcote Williams
I photographed the dress/tech today of this amazing show. It is based on a poem by English author Heathcote Williams and adapted for stage by Geoffrey Hyland and Jeremy Crutchley.
The Official Website for this beautifully acted show states the following:
The play’s immediate and essential subject is the elephant itself, mysterious, majestic – the world’s largest and oldest living land-mammal – yet it ultimately confronts the tensions in the extraordinary and historic relationship with humans – sounding out the nature of the mind and soul of Man.
Jeremy Crutchley is “The Other”, a presence caught between worlds. While the inspiration comes out of Africa, the themes are universal: as relevant in the heart of the city as in the wild. This is us, now. There is simply no other drama quite like it.
Here are some photographs from the dress/tech today. The show times and dates are listed below the photographs.
The text is so powerful and inspired. You really should take some time and experience this evening of theatre with this great actor Jeremy Crutchley.
Wed, Sept 4th & Thurs, Sept 5th at 8pm (Preview)
Fri, Sept 6th & Sat, Sept 7th at 8pm; Sun Sept 8th at 3pm
Wed, Sept 11th – Sat, Sept 14th at 8pm; Sun, Sept 15th at 3pm
Wed, Sept 18th – Sat, Sept 21st at 8pm, Sun, Sept 22nd at 3pm
For more information and ticket sales go here.
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