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About threestreetsproductions

At Three Streets Productions, we're passionate about new writing. We’re dedicated to working in collaboration with writers to nurture and develop unique, fresh and exciting theatre. We are excited by plays that push language in unexpected directions. We like plays that ask questions about the world in which we live. We also run workshops, scratch nights and rehearsed readings – watch this space for more details. If you’re a writer and you’d like to get involved, we’d love to hear from you. Recent productions include Freefall: A Double Bill (New Wimbledon Studio), The Ones Who Kill Shooting Stars (White Bear Theatre) and The Bird Trap (Lost Theatre).

An interview with Georgia Brown, writer and star of Daddy’s Girl

We spoke to Georgia Brown about her experience of writing Daddy’s Girl, her debut play, which opens at VAULT Festival at the end of the month. What made you decide to write this play? I always knew it was something … Continue reading

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Reviews of Wallace Shawn’s The Fever

We brought Wallace Shawn’s The Fever to the Old Fire Station, Oxford, last week, and here are the reviews. Click on the links to read in full…  Stagetalk Magazine, http://stagetalkmagazine.com/?p=4587, **** ‘Catrin Aaron is captivating as the narrator. She holds the audience … Continue reading

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Some more photos from The Fever rehearsal room

In advance of our performances of Wallace Shawn’s The Fever at the Old Fire Station, Oxford, this Thursday 31 July & Friday 1 August, a few more photos, courtesy of Hannah Clark, of what we’ve been up to.      … Continue reading

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Thoughts from the rehearsal room

Thoughts in rehearsals for Wallace Shawn’s Obie Award-winning monologue The Fever.  When The Fever, by American playwright Wallace Shawn, was written nearly twenty-five years ago, the Soviet Union was in its death-throes; the word ‘internet’ still meant nothing to the … Continue reading

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Round-up of the reviews for fiji land

The Stage, http://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/review.php/39490/fiji-land ‘a surreal, disquieting interrogation of the idea that innocence breeds contentment.’ ‘Director Alice Malin pulls performances of violent conviction from her cast. This is a strange but deeply affecting production that pulls Gill’s … philosophical questions into sharp … Continue reading

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An Actor’s Blog: Jake Ferretti on fiji land

    Jake Ferretti on fiji land: from auditions to the London run…    Late September and I am in Italy celebrating my 30th birthday under the gently piercing Le Marche sun when my agent emails me. Hi Jake, we have … Continue reading

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Some photos from the fiji land rehearsal room

“you don’t wonder what’s going on?” “thought they didn’t like the cold” “I know what’s going on he’s put you to this, hasn’t he?” “we don’t have any responsibility, do we? nothing we do’s our fault just doing what we’re … Continue reading

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