Organised Chaos Productions Newsletter
July
 
 
2011 Script Call
From our 2009 Script Call four scripts were chosen – all debuting in Manchester with great reviews some of the scripts went on to be performed as part of the Buxton Fringe Festival, Preston Tringe Festival, Write Now Festival, and New Wimbledon Studio Theatre. Two scripts were chosen from our 2010 Script Call, one (Peacefully At Home) has already debuted and been to the Buxton Fringe Festival whilst another (You’re Never Too Old) is to debut in October.
 
We are now looking for new scripts to work with.
 
The call opens today and will close on the 31st August.
 
Please click here for more information and to submit your script.
 
New facebook page
We have set up a page on facebook so that we can keep you all better informed about all things Organised Chaos.
 
 
All uptodate information will be on this page as well as on our twitter account - @orgchaosprods and website - www.organisedchaosproductions.co.uk
 
All Because Of Molly
 
Jaime and Casey lead us through memories of the development of their unlikely friendship, its birth in playground adversity, trials of teenage years, adulthood and the dating game. The play provokes audiences to contemplate the essence of friendship and whether our own friendships would survive the test that confronts them?   
 
 The show will be debuting at The Lowry before doing a small North West tour
 
The Lowry, Salford Quays  1st-3rd September (book here)
 The Continental, Preston  8th September
 The Lantern Theatre, Liverpool  9th-10th September
Square Chapel, Halifax  15th September
Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton 17th-18th September (book here)
 
All Because Of Molly was one of the rehearsed readings at the 24:7 Theatre Festival 2010

 
 
Our new blog
We have a new blog - come and follow us at http://organisedchaosproductions.wordpress.com/
 
With this we are hoping to bring our audiences an insight to what we get up to behind the scenes and to the teams of people we work with.
 
Coming up we have a series of questions answered by the Peacefully At Home team.
 
Peacefully At Home
 
 
**** "the piece delivers on emotional intensity due to the high quality of the writing and directing" Harriet Chandler, What's On Stage
 
"Nicola Schofield skilfully sets up an apparently close and devoted family which then falls apart before out eyes; the shocks keep coming right up to the very last moment." Caroline May, UK Theatre Network
 
"Organised Chaos bring us a charming and affecting production" Sian Dudley, Buxton Festival Fringe
 
"Heart-felt, closely observed and provocative work. Wonderful sense of timing to heighten the emotions. Really enjoyable. 5/5"; "Heart wrenching stuff. Well performed by all!”; "Superbly entertaining. A treat. 5/5" Audience members
 

"Well written, thoughtful & compelling script"; "beautiful emotionally charged performances"; "fantastic play, really enjoyed it 5/5". Audience members

"Organised Chaos bring us a charming and affecting production" Sian Dudley, Buxton Festival Fringe
 
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Thanks for reading from all at Organised Chaos
 
 
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