Current and upcoming credits include: MEET ME AT DAWN and LETTERS TO MORRISEY (Traverse); HORIZONTAL COLLABORATION (Fire Exit).
Credits include: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF (Rapture Theatre); WITHOUT A HITCH (Finland and touring); INTERNATIONAL WATERS (Fire Exit); BLACKOUT (Showroom/Tron); BLACKBIRD (Citizens Theatre); WHO CARES (Royal Court); MILK, SWALLOW, THE DEVIL MASTERS, QUIZ SHOW, SPOILING (Traverse Theatre); MAGIC SHO, JOSEPHINE BEAN, HUFF (Shona Reppe) KIND OF SILENCE, SMOKIES (Solar Bear); PONDLIFE, MARTHA, THE LITTLE GENTLEMAN, THE VOICE THIEF, WHITE, KES (Catherine Wheels); UP TO SPEED (Imaginate); MY FRIEND SELMA, INVISIBLE ARMY (Terra Incognita); ROBIN HOOD (Visible Fictions); MY HOUSE, A SMALL STORY (Starcatchers); PETER PAN (Sherman Cymru); MIKEY AND ADDIE, LITTLEST CHRISTMAS TREE, RUDOLF, MR SNOW, THE LITTLE BOY THAT SANTA CLAUS FORGOT (Macrobert); SKEWERED SNAILS, HE-LA (Iron Oxide); THE INFAMOUS BROTHERS DAVENPORT (Vox Motus/Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh); ONE THOUSAND PAPER CRANES (Lu Kemp); TO BEGIN, THE TIN FOREST (Nts): SANITISE (Melanie Jordan).
Creator/Director credits include: KIND OF SILENCE (Solar Bear).
THE BELIEVERS ARE BUT BROTHERS & LETTERS TO MORRISSEY are Fringe First Winners!
(Image - LETTERS TO MORRISSEY)
The first set of Fringe First Awards, recognising outstanding new writing premiered at the Edinburgh Festival, have been announced for 2017.
The winners include Javaad Alipoor’s “thoughtful and visually stunning” THE BELIEVERS ARE BUT BROTHERS, co-directed by MLR’s Kirsty Housely. And LETTERS TO MORRISSEY by Gary McNair with Sound Design by Danny Krass.
Fred Meller Designs and Danny Krass Sound Designs MEET ME AT DAWN
MEET ME AT DAWN, by Zinnie Harris, is Designed by Fred Meller and has Sound Design by Danny Krass. It is on at the Traverse (as part of EIF) until the end of August.
The Stage ★★★★
“driving along with power”
The Scotsman ★★★★
“they are supported every inch of the way by Fred Meller’s understated island design…and Danny Krass’s impeccable soundscape”
“a 21st century classic full of its own passionate poetry, its own love, and its own despair”
The Herald Scotland ★★★★
“Somewhere in this bittersweet elegy to things not quite passed, there is the holding on, then holding on some more”
“what is most touching is not the epic scope but the mundane details. The tap that Robyn watched overflow as she her mother took a call from the hospital about Helen is a focus of the set (designed by Fred Meller), which looks like the ruined hull of a ship”
“Meet Me at Dawn forces you to slow down, to be patient, to wait”