Organised Chaos Productions Newsletter
April 2012
 
 
In this months newsletter:
 
Our upcoming production - 18-21/4
 
Actors & Writers
 
Our upcoming production - 16-19/5
 
Elysion are looking for short films
 
Links to more information on Organised Chaos
 
Our script call closes 30/4
 
Next event in the series - 28/4
 
New Organised Choas team members
 
Shows and events coming up from Elysion
 
 
 
Bottled Wasps by Paul Buie
 
Grace and Patrick have returned to the scene of their great romantic adventure, the small seaside hotel where they stayed when they left their respective partners in order to be together. During the course of an evening they realise that much has changed. Walter, mine host, has his own issues: defender of his country and its traditions and what thanks do you get? With a complimentary bar and a sniper’s rifle that can take off the top of your head from half a mile away, how bad can it get?

Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

The show debuts at Joshua Brooks
106 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6NG 
(the junction of Charles Street and Princess Street at the side of the old BBC)

Wed 18th April, 7:30pm
Thurs 19th April, 7:30pm
Fri 20th April, 7:30pm
Sat 21st April, 7:30pm

Tickets £7, £5 concession - 

available from Ibookedit.com (http://www.ibookedit.com/ iBookedITApp/ whatsOnPerformanceU.action? productionRef=1154)

or quaytickets.com
(http://quay.it/bottledwasps)
 
 
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. We chose two scripts from our 2010 call which were produced last year in Manchester, Buxton and Salford. We also produced the debut of All Because Of Molly which debtuted at The Lowry and went on to a North West tour. 
 
Our 2011 script call has been given Grants For The Arts funding from the Arts Council and the scripts - Bottled Waps and After Words - will debut in Manchester before touring the North West in the autumn.
 
We are now looking for new scripts to work with. We have guaranteed dates at The Lowry in April 2013 to debut two new shows so we are now looking for two new scripts to work with in 2013 for a North West tour.
 
The call will close on the 30th April.
 
Please click here for more information and to submit your script.
 
We are also looking for writers to get involved with our next Chaotic Combination - 27/28 April - see below for more information
 
Casting/Creative Calls
We are currently casting the following roles
 
After Words - Male 25-40
Chaotic Combinations - Male/Female - any age
 
We are also looking for writers for Chaotic Combinations
 
For more information on any of these roles please check out this link - http://www.organisedchaosproductions.co.uk/currentcalls.html
 
Chaotic Combinations
Sunday 28th April 7pm will see monologues performed as a result of just over 24 hours work.

On Saturday 27th many actors and writers will be brought together to team up in groups of an actor and a writer to create short monologues. They will be locked away in a rehearsal space for a full day of creativity with the outcome performed in the evening of 28th April.

They will compete against each other and the winner will go on to the grand final in December to compete against other Chaotic Combinations. 

Who wins? You (the audience) decide!

At 325 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PG

Tickets available on the door £5 (£3 concession)

Audience comments from our last Chaotic Combination: "Well written, talented performance", "Very passionate, well acted and written", "Heart warmingly intelligent", "Witty, true, warm performance", "Excellent writing"
 
We are looking for writers and actors to get involved - if you are interested email organisedchaosevent (at) gmail.com

 
 
AfterWords by Michael Hart
 
'AfterWords' charts the journey of Julie, a recent arrival in the afterlife, as she attempts to be reacquainted with her husband Derek who passed away many years before. The controlling dynamic throughout is that in the afterlife your physical appearance is determined by the age at which you were happiest in life. This simple conceit has significant effects on the relationships between husband and wife, father and daughter and past and present. Julie took her own life to be with Derek. This afterlife will keep them apart forever.

supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

The show debuts at Joshua Brooks
106 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6NG 
(the junction of Charles Street and Princess Street at the side of the old BBC)

Wed 16th May, 7:30pm
Thurs 17th May, 7:30pm
Fri 18th May, 7:30pm
Sat 19th May, 7:30pm

Tickets £7, £5 concession - 

available from Ibookedit.com (http://www.ibookedit.com/ iBookedITApp/ whatsOnPerformanceU.action? productionRef=1154)
 
 
Welcome to our new members
We would like to welcome the new members of Organisd Chaos:
 
Assistant Producer - Ben Willcock
Production Assistant - Nat Pace
Production Assistant - Brooke Shipley
Film Maker - Natasha Townly
Photographer - Sarah Jane Fairclough
 
Film call - Elysion Productions
Elysion Productions are looking for short films no longer than 15 minutes in length in any genre to screen at our short film night at the Lass O'Gowrie in Manchester on Sunday 20th May.

Entries are welcome from across the UK.

 
Upcoming programme - Elysion Productions
Elysion Short Film Corner - 7pm-9pm - The Lass O'Gowrie (36 Charles St, M1 7DB) - 20/5
An evening of short films from some of the up and coming talent in the film industry. Set to become a regular evening featuring new and professional films. (Entrance by donation)

Eyes Are The Window To The Soul - 4pm-5pm - Chorlton Arts Festival - 19/5
A bold art installation of self reflection - designed by our designer Cristina Soru. We invite you to a private rendezvous with Iris. Will you leave her or stay with her? We'll see that, in a moment of helplessness, the eyes truly are the window to your soul.

Dev's Army - UK Tour (May-July)
A rich, dark comedy in the grand Irish tradition - instantly recognisable characters and oozing charm. Nothing is as balck and white as we think when it's coloured green! Winner 'Best New Writing' Buxton Fringe, ***** FringeGuru, "Imagine Dad's Army on a sortie into Father Ted territory" Manchester Theatre Awards.
Studio Salford/The Kings Arms - 30th May to 2nd June 7:30pm
Oxford Fringe Festival/Underground Venues - 8th June 8:30pm & 9th June 7pm
Etcetera Theatre/Camden - 19th - 24th June 9:30pm
Lantern Theatre/Liverpool - 7th July 7:30pm
More dates to be announced
 
For more information check out www.elysionproductions.co.uk

 
 
Organised Chaos on the net
We have set up a page on facebook so that we can keep you all better informed about all things Organised Chaos.
 
 
We also have a 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.
 
On Twitter we're @orgchaosprods, on YouTube we're OrganisedChaosProd and our website is www.organisedchaosproductions.co.uk
 
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