Melanie Wilson’s new solo show is a bold hybrid of performance, sound art and film, which together create a minutely observed piece of theatre.
Three women, separated by 100 years, start a conversation across time. Their parallel experiences reveal shared dreams of identity and escape, as menacing undercurrents steal into their solitary and reflective lives. As the landscape of the North Devon wilds presses in on them, they must draw upon the threads that connect them to survive.
Nominated for Best Design at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2013
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Melanie Wilson is a London-based performer, writer and sound artist. Melanie trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and has worked with Will Adamsdale, Clod Ensemble and Shunt.
She has been described as 'one of the brightest lights of experimental theatre' (Music OMH) and 'a genuinely disarming performer… [with] the most unsettling and intense presence' (The Guardian). Her show Iris Brunette was awarded Best Production at Dublin Fringe Festival in 2009 and she won Best Sound Designer in the 2012 Off West End Theatres Awards for her previous show Autobiographer.