A SONG FOR ELLA GREY
       
     
 This was the premier production of the stage adaption of David Almond’s novel. The story is based on the Orpheus and Eurodice myth. A group of local young people became the greek chorus through a projected compilation of scenes filmed over the course of the summer. This was a scenographically ambitious project including stone balancing, a stage made of cardboard boxes and twenty minutes of pitch black darkness.  photo taken by  Sophie Teasdale
       
     
 photo taken by  Sophie Teasdale
       
     
 photo taken by  Pamela Raith
       
     
 photo taken by  Pamela Raith
       
     
A SONG FOR ELLA GREY
       
     
A SONG FOR ELLA GREY

DIRECTOR: LORNE CAMPBELL

WRITER: DAVID ALMOND

DESIGNER: JEN MCGINLEY

ASSISTANT DESIGNER: ANNA ROBINSON

LOCATION - NORTHERN STAGE, STAGE 2

photo taken by Sophie Teasdale

 This was the premier production of the stage adaption of David Almond’s novel. The story is based on the Orpheus and Eurodice myth. A group of local young people became the greek chorus through a projected compilation of scenes filmed over the course of the summer. This was a scenographically ambitious project including stone balancing, a stage made of cardboard boxes and twenty minutes of pitch black darkness.  photo taken by  Sophie Teasdale
       
     

This was the premier production of the stage adaption of David Almond’s novel. The story is based on the Orpheus and Eurodice myth. A group of local young people became the greek chorus through a projected compilation of scenes filmed over the course of the summer. This was a scenographically ambitious project including stone balancing, a stage made of cardboard boxes and twenty minutes of pitch black darkness.

photo taken by Sophie Teasdale

 photo taken by  Sophie Teasdale
       
     

photo taken by Sophie Teasdale

 photo taken by  Pamela Raith
       
     

photo taken by Pamela Raith

 photo taken by  Pamela Raith
       
     

photo taken by Pamela Raith