Age Advice: 13+
Under a Foreign Sky is a play written for Theatre Centre by Paula B.Stanic. Theatre Centre toured this play to young people aged 13+ in secondary schools in 2011.
Inspired by the global economic crisis and its portrayal in the media, this play asked what happened to young migrants when they look to start again in a new country.
Three young immigrants have made the journey to Britain for a new start. Bojan, nineteen, keen to be the next big chef, is ready to make a mark in his new world. Drina fourteen, struggles in a new land, a video camera connecting her to a place she once called home. Twelve-year old Ibi arrives and, swallowed up by the city, simply disappears. Three young people bound by a journey and a shadow that looms above.
Writer: Paula B. Stanic
Director: Natalie Wilson
Dramaturg: Lisa Evans
Designer: Matt Edwards
Sound Designer and Composer: Dan Steele
Cast: Daisy Whyte, Geraint Rhys Edwards, Joanna Simpkins, Miles Yekinni and Simona Bitmaté.
Lighting Designer: Aideen Malone
Photographer: Robert Day
The information on this page has been gathered from archive materials. Do you have more information about this play, or were you involved in its production? Let us know by leaving a comment below or contacting us.
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