Song of Riots The North Wall Arts Centre February 2015 Battersea Arts Centre October 2015
"Song of Riots is a beautifully realised presentation of youthful naivety and frustration. The direction from Christopher Sivertsen and Lucy Maycock is strong, backed by interesting set design from Alex Berry. The stage is a white, flat square with three panels of silk at the back, allowing projections to beam upon their sturdy, opaque skin, whilst allowing outlines of bodies behind to remain seen. The projection artist, Matt Smith, creates beautiful scenes of forests, urban construction and endless water, whilst the stage in front is left clear, facilitating bountiful physical activity. Behind the vertical fabric screens lies a scaffold that actors vault up during the performance. At times a jungle gym, at times a container, it's a brilliant way of allowing clean, urban movement. In one dizzying moment, Finnegan climbs right to the top of the scaffold and sits with his feet dangling off."
- A Younger Theatre
Writer: Lucy Maycock Director: Christopher Sivertsen & Lucy Maycock Set: Alex Berry Costume: Alex Berry Lighting: Maria Klochkova Original Music: Maria Sendow & Hannah Björck Video Designer: Matt Smith, VideoFeet