UCA: UNIVERSITY OF CREATIVE ARTS
Alternate Shadows was approached by Charlotte Aylett in her third year final project for her degree; BA HONS Design for Theatre, Film and Performance. She was looking for various characters and Alternate Shadow member Felim McCarthy fitted the bill nicely.
Charlotte Aylett's re-imagining of "By the Coast of Coromandel” (a radio play by Lavinia Murray, which explores the nonsense & creativity of the life & works of Victorian Poet, Edward Lear) looked to cast the characters in the text as members of our retired community. It draws links between the issues of loneliness, mortality & mental illness in the text, & the same issues which many older members of our society face on a daily basis.
Charlotte graduated summer 2019, her first industry job was a freelance dresser
for The Birmingham Royal Ballet, at the Royal Albert Hall on the `Nutcracker'.
She then landed a permanent role as the Costume Assistant at The Young Vic Theatre, London.
More projects with UCA students including: FLIRTING by Tim Colman
Overtime: The (Time Travel) Travel Agency by Jamie Maisner
Course: BA Media Product ion
Degree: First Class Honours
Overtime is a mockumentary comedy web series about a time travel, travel agency, focussing on the employees of Overtime Travel Agency who have become the subject of a new documentary about time travel holidays.
You can view the film below:-
"I was really chuffed to graduate from University with a First class Honours and I wanted to thank you all so much on behalf of myself (and my film crew!) for your help and support as we genuinely couldn’t have done it without you! Thanks so much !!"
After completing his degree at Bournemouth University, Jamie began working for a production company called `Little Dot Studios'. Currently an Editor and Assistant Producer for the series BBC Inside Cinema.
Alternate Shadows were involved in providing actors for a film project for Rochester Cathedral.
The main film is a series of short scenarios illustrating the
the medieval book that pre-dates the Magna Carta
These scenes can be found in an interactive screen which plays in the cathedral library.
Rochester Cathedral has commissioned us for other projects both written by Alis Hawkins.
"Hero to Zero"
A play with audience participation about the life of Charles Dickens and
"Ancient Stones Untold Stories"
an interactive promenade production about 1400 years of social history based on the Cathedral.