7 episodes

Dramatic audio storytelling that challenges opinions, pushes boundaries and questions the status quo. Stories to spark the imagination and inspire creativity.

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    • Performing Arts
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Dramatic audio storytelling that challenges opinions, pushes boundaries and questions the status quo. Stories to spark the imagination and inspire creativity.

    Helt Texas (Full Play)

    Helt Texas (Full Play)

    Helt Texas, a story of climate change, geopolitics and romantic relationships.

    The story tackles the central issues of our time, passionately debating climate change and the personal consequences of partisan discourse.

    From the writing desk on the Arctic research vessel, the Antigua, to your speakers wherever you are, here it is.

    Conceived on an expeditionary artist retreat during the summer solstice in June 2018, by writer Alan Olejniczak, Helt Texas was written in the Arctic, recorded Hong Kong and produced in London - a truly original piece of global collaborative theatre.

    Sponsored by Punch Presentations.

    STORY Sarah, an atmospheric scientist, arrives in Longyearbyen to begin her research in the High Arctic. There she encounters Torbjørn, a charming Norwegian, and Arthur, an Arctic naturalist. Two passionate men with strong opinions about climate change, politics and the state of the world.

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    CREDITS

    CAST

    Narrator  Micheal Pizzuto

    Sarah  Daniella Down

    Natalia Muriel Hofmann-Foster

    Torbjørn  Nicholas Atkinson

    Arthur  Hamish Campbell

    Alexie Jai Day



    CREATIVE TEAM

    Director  Nicholas Atkinson

    Playwright  Alan Olejniczak

    Sound Design  Carl Prekopp

    Producer  Nicholas Atkinson

    Cover Design Belinda Pinto

    Dramaturge  Austin Owen

    Production Editor Merz Productions

    Editing Assistant  Zubin Isaac

    Promotions Miriah Sullivan & Peter Austin

    Distribution Straight Up Digital

    • 42 min
    Helt Texas (Episode 3)

    Helt Texas (Episode 3)

    Helt Texas, a story of climate change, geopolitics and romantic relationships.

    The story tackles the central issues of our time, passionately debating climate change and the personal consequences of partisan discourse.

    From the writing desk on the Arctic research vessel, the Antigua, to your speakers wherever you are, here it is.

    Conceived on an expeditionary artist retreat during the summer solstice in June 2018, by writer Alan Olejniczak, Helt Texas was written in the Arctic, recorded Hong Kong and produced in London - a truly original piece of global collaborative theatre.

    Sponsored by Punch Presentations.

    STORY
    Sarah, an atmospheric scientist, arrives in Longyearbyen to begin her research in the High Arctic. There she encounters Torbjørn, a charming Norwegian, and Arthur, an Arctic naturalist. Two passionate men with strong opinions about climate change, politics and the state of the world.


    https://www.prosceniumonlinetheatre.com/ 



    CREDITS

    CAST

    Narrator  Micheal Pizzuto

    Sarah  Daniella Down

    Natalia Muriel Hofmann-Foster

    Torbjørn  Nicholas Atkinson

    Arthur  Hamish Campbell

    Alexie Jai Day



    CREATIVE TEAM

    Director  Nicholas Atkinson

    Playwright  Alan Olejniczak

    Sound Design  Carl Prekopp

    Producer  Nicholas Atkinson

    Cover Design Belinda Pinto

    Dramaturge  Austin Owen

    Production Editor Merz Productions

    Editing Assistant  Zubin Isaac

    Promotions Miriah Sullivan & Peter Austin

    Distribution Straight Up Digital

    • 14 min
    Helt Texas (Episode 2)

    Helt Texas (Episode 2)

    Helt Texas, a story of climate change, geopolitics and romantic relationships.

    The story tackles the central issues of our time, passionately debating climate change and the personal consequences of partisan discourse.

    From the writing desk on the Arctic research vessel, the Antigua, to your speakers wherever you are, here it is.

    Conceived on an expeditionary artist retreat during the summer solstice in June 2018, by writer Alan Olejniczak, Helt Texas was written in the Arctic, recorded Hong Kong and produced in London - a truly original piece of global collaborative theatre.

    Sponsored by Punch Presentations.

    STORY
    Sarah, an atmospheric scientist, arrives in Longyearbyen to begin her research in the High Arctic. There she encounters Torbjørn, a charming Norwegian, and Arthur, an Arctic naturalist.

    Two passionate men with strong opinions about climate change, politics and the state of the world.



    https://www.prosceniumonlinetheatre.com/



    CREDITS

    CAST

    Narrator  Micheal Pizzuto

    Sarah  Daniella Down

    Natalia Muriel Hofmann-Foster

    Torbjørn  Nicholas Atkinson

    Arthur  Hamish Campbell

    Alexie Jai Day



    CREATIVE TEAM

    Director  Nicholas Atkinson

    Playwright  Alan Olejniczak

    Sound Design  Carl Prekopp

    Producer  Nicholas Atkinson

    Cover Design Belinda Pinto

    Dramaturge  Austin Owen

    Production Editor Merz Productions

    Editing Assistant  Zubin Isaac

    Promotions Miriah Sullivan & Peter Austin

    Distribution Straight Up Digital

    • 12 min
    Helt Texas (Episode 1)

    Helt Texas (Episode 1)

    Helt Texas, a story of climate change, geopolitics and romantic relationships.

    The story tackles the central issues of our time, passionately debating climate change and the personal consequences of partisan discourse.

    From the writing desk on the Arctic research vessel, the Antigua, to your speakers wherever you are, here it is.

    Conceived on an expeditionary artist retreat during the summer solstice in June 2018, by writer Alan Olejniczak, Helt Texas was written in the Arctic, recorded Hong Kong and produced in London - a truly original piece of global collaborative theatre.

    Sponsored by Punch Presentations.


    STORY

    Sarah, an atmospheric scientist, arrives in Longyearbyen to begin her research in the High Arctic. There she encounters Torbjørn, a charming Norwegian, and Arthur, an Arctic naturalist.

    Two passionate men with strong opinions about climate change, politics and the state of the world.



    CREDITS

    CAST

    Narrator  Micheal Pizzuto

    Sarah  Daniella Down

    Natalia Muriel Hofmann-Foster

    Torbjørn  Nicholas Atkinson

    Arthur  Hamish Campbell

    Alexie Jai Day



    CREATIVE TEAM

    Director  Nicholas Atkinson

    Playwright  Alan Olejniczak

    Sound Design  Carl Prekopp

    Producer  Nicholas Atkinson

    Cover Design Belinda Pinto

    Dramaturge  Austin Owen

    Production Editor Merz Productions

    Editing Assistant  Zubin Isaac

    Promotions Miriah Sullivan & Peter Austin

    Distribution Straight Up Digital

    • 16 min
    Next of Kin

    Next of Kin

    My name is John, and I'm an actor... well sort of...



    Ambition, pride, ego, money, self-doubt, self-loathing, fear, insecurity, greed...

    How does a jobbing actor, juggling dead end part time jobs and zero hour contracts, become the success that he always dreamed he'd be?



    Contains strong language that some listeners may find offensive.



    THE PROSCENIUM

    Dramatic audio storytelling that challenges opinions, pushes boundaries and questions the status quo. Stories to spark the imagination and inspire creativity.



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    CREDITS

    CAST
    John  Chris Nayak 

    Emma  Eleanor Fanyinka

    Gabriel  Jonathon Broadbent 

    Reggie  Michael Lumsden

    Lilly  Daniella Down

    Mrs Weaver  Mina Anwar

    Karen  Marianne Oldham

    Ellen  Natalie Grady

    Beryl  Francesca Ryan


    CREATIVE TEAM
    Director  David Ricardo-Pearce

    Playwright  Alan Olejniczak

    Story  Nicholas Atkinson

    Sound Design  Carl Prekopp

    Producer  Nicholas Atkinson

    Cover Design  Belinda Pinto

    • 30 min
    Jabberwocky

    Jabberwocky

    "Jabberwocky" is a nonsense poem written by Lewis Carroll about the killing of a creature named "the Jabberwock". It was included in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865).



    Recommended for 8 years and up.

    • 2 min

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