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Our Musical Theatre Programme members and Studio 18 team had been working on the Muso Merlot five-year anniversary, that was due to take place in March 2020
COVID-19 got in the way, but we didn't let that stop us! Instead, we took the opportunity to create Malta's first virtual musical theatre concert.
Fosdqa encouraged members from across all our programmes to work collaboratively and be inspired to devise new theatre work, under the leadership of Creative Lab members. Our members worked together in groups to pitch and stage their work in a showing assessed by a panel of visiting tutors.
Due to Covid-restrictions over the past few months, the members were challenged with retaining their original ideas but transitioning them to a digital version. Despite shifting to online, the aims were still the same:
1. Encouraging creatives to apply different methods and processes of devised and multidisciplinary work,
2. Exploring and developing the basic skills of creative entrepreneurship, and
3. Developing a critical and reflective approach to artistry.
HELPING YOU STAY SAFE
By Lara Agius
With Annalise Ebejer, Emily Abela, and Daniela Grech
The Window programme has been successfully running for 17 months, and the data has shown incredible improvement amongst many, if not most, individuals who follow the recommended Window routine.
However, a small number of citizens have complained and wish to view the world without the Window lens. Although the programme strongly advises against this, all users have now been given the option to opt-out of the Window and go outside.
Be warned. The programme is not liable for any damages, pain, or trauma caused. It is not recommended that you go outside the Window.
That is all.
N.B: This performance featured both pre-recorded and live material.
By Steffie Weenink and Leah Davies
With Brendon Thearle and Julia Camilleri
Inspired by the life and work of Virginia Woolf, Tuesday uses a blend of texts to bring the world of immersive, site-specific theatre to an online audience.
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DANCE OF THE SEVEN VEILS
By Denise Perini
With Maria Agius Muscat, Alex Weenink, and Maia Paounov
Dance of the Seven Veils is an experimental abstract take on Oscar Wilde’s Salome. The text is a one-act play which tells the story of Salome, the stepdaughter of King Herod, who, to his dismay, requests the head of Jokanaan (John the Baptist) on a silver platter as a reward for dancing.
This piece is partially told in its original language; French, in an attempt at challenging viewing perspectives through a variety of media.