13 min

There is still something yet to discover (or Baba Yaga comes to you - when you are sleeping) by Hannah Lavery Earwig: Sonic Theatre Podcasts

    • Performing Arts

Densely Poetic, uncanny, and wise, Hannah Lavery’s There is still something yet to discover is a walk in the woods like no other.  Fiercely contemporary yet timeless, this uncompromising  exploration confronts the impossibility of self-knowledge, the cruel and slippery elasticity of time, and the bewitching influence of folklore as it seeps through invisible gaps in our physical world and manifests in a dark and soulful waking dream.  Through this lens we see motherhood, domesticity, and social isolation anew, in a deeply personal and meditative sonic Poem.  Adding extra resonance are the singular and subtly dissonant sounds of Julia Reidy’s twelve string guitar.

Creator/Composer/Sound Designer: Danny Krass
Directed by Finn den Hertog
Performed by Sharon Duncan-Brewster & Kathryn Joseph
Guitar: Julia Reidy
Original music by  Julia Reidy and Danny Krass

Earwig has been commissioned by Tron Theatre with support from the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund, administered by Creative Scotland.

Densely Poetic, uncanny, and wise, Hannah Lavery’s There is still something yet to discover is a walk in the woods like no other.  Fiercely contemporary yet timeless, this uncompromising  exploration confronts the impossibility of self-knowledge, the cruel and slippery elasticity of time, and the bewitching influence of folklore as it seeps through invisible gaps in our physical world and manifests in a dark and soulful waking dream.  Through this lens we see motherhood, domesticity, and social isolation anew, in a deeply personal and meditative sonic Poem.  Adding extra resonance are the singular and subtly dissonant sounds of Julia Reidy’s twelve string guitar.

Creator/Composer/Sound Designer: Danny Krass
Directed by Finn den Hertog
Performed by Sharon Duncan-Brewster & Kathryn Joseph
Guitar: Julia Reidy
Original music by  Julia Reidy and Danny Krass

Earwig has been commissioned by Tron Theatre with support from the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund, administered by Creative Scotland.

13 min