Water Wings

by Rosy Fordham

1998

Age Advice: 11 - 15

Water Wings is a play written by Rosy Fordham for Theatre Centre, in 1998. A multi-sensory piece of theatre for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and accessible to people with moderate learning disabilities, their carers, teachers, families and friends. Theatre Centre toured this play to audiences aged 11 to 15 years.

This play was created using a sequence of themes by repeating characters, situations and images. The main themes are swimming, water, feelings and relationships. Using each scenario the audience and cast explore the natural changes and processes people undergo in life.

Creative Team

Director: Lawrence Evans
Cast: William Elliott, Paula Garfield, Irma Inniss, Stuart Mullen
Designer:  Suzanne Langston Jones
Composer: Colin Sell
Choreographer: Isabel Mortimer
Production Manager: Lucy Bovington
Performer & Interpreter: Vikki Gee-Dare
Company Stage Manager: Michael Dennis
Workshop Co-Ordinator: Brenda Murphy

The information on this page has been gathered from archive materials and is incomplete. 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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