by SUSIE SILLETT
SLEEPLESS DREAMS IS PART OF SHOOT FESTIVAL'S TRIPLE BILL, WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE AT BELGRADE THEATRE ON 17TH MARCH 2017, 8PM
Lucinda lives an average life in an average kingdom with an average king, but when one day the king decides that average isn’t good enough, the world around her is turned upside down. Even after his military has conquered every piece of land in sight, it’s not enough to satisfy the greedy monarch, who is determined to conquer every piece of land OUT of sight.
Can Lucinda find a way to stop him before the border between waking and sleeping is destroyed forever?
In a fun, funny, frenetic piece of storytelling, Susie Sillett seeks to explore the nature of dreams, where we go when we sleep, and how we tell subconscious stories; using song, dance, and lots of ribbons.
Susie Sillett is a writer and theatre maker based in the West Midlands.
Her past projects include:
I'm Not Like Other Girls, which she performed at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, at the inaugural Shoot Festival in Coventry, and later at the University of Warwick.
Accidental Brummie, HOME Theatre and Bedlam Festival, which she wrote and performed as a member of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s 2015 Foundry writers programme.
I Took My Mother for a Walk, a play developed as part of the Royal Court's Live Lunch programme, in collaboration with the Rep.
Cov, a short play commissioned by The Old Red Lion; and Starting Out, a collaborative monologue based piece with Women and Theatre.
She is currently working on a community residency with the Rep and Nansen Primary School as part of Furnace.
She is keen to write and make theatre that isn’t 'up its own bum'.
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