Fresh from it’s succesful run at this years Edinburgh Fringe the light-hearted commedy show “Who are you supposed to be?” is due to have a short run in London.
“Taming of the Shrew with sonic screwdrivers and a TARDIS travelling case.”
The play, written by Australian writer, Keith Gow and workshopped by the London team of Cameron K McEwan, Emrys Matthews and Jennifer Lusk, will open at the London at the Etcetera Theatre in November for 3 shows only.
Founded in the team’s real experiences of being fans/geeks, the play explores both the passion and excitement of being a fan/geek as well as its more problematic elements. Gow and Lusk actually met at the Melbourne preview screening of Serenity, a film which has a mention in the play. Meanwhile, McEwan, who runs the popular Doctor Who fan website Blogtor Who, with fellow blogger and reviewer, Matthews, provided much of the additional material for the script.
“Not just a boy-geek meets girl-geek love story, it’s also a story of acceptance, of everyone’s need for a “safe space” to allow them to be themselves, and an accurate study in Ash of what it’s like to be a girl in a boy’s club.” (Cult Den)
265 Camden High Street NW1 7BU
Sunday 10th and 17th November, 8.30pm
Friday 15th November, 9.30pm
Buy tickets here