Listen to our recent chat with Noga Flaishon from Harpy Product, where she tells us all about upcoming reveal, Bunker, as well as discussing her desire of berth apocalypic tales, the lack of sci-fi on the stage and why too many TV series overstay their welcome.
This interview was originally broadcast on Runn Radio on 14 July.
BUNKER is an original theater production that explores the savagery and dedication of the human mind. The tale focuses on two women, Maya and Alex, “whos doing” caught inside the titular Bunker after an apocalyptic occasion known simply as’ The Collapse’ claimed all civilization. One of them is hopeless to leave; the other will stop at nothing to keep them there.
Bunker stretches from the post-apocalypse sub genre of science fiction( as seen in cinemas and notebooks such as The Road, The Walking Dead, and Cloverfield Lane) to examine mental illness through an allegorical lens. The prove has gained support from radicals such as BORDERLINE ARTS( the only Charity in the UK that focuses precisely on Borderline Personality Disorder) and STEPPING OUT THEATRE( the country’s preceding mental health theatre group ).
Staying true-blue to their motto of “Wicked Women Telling Weird Tales”, HARPY PRODUCTIONS is creating BUNKER with an altogether female unit. Bunker will be Directed, Produced and Cast by a strong crew of women from various backgrounds within the inventive prowess industry.
BUNKER was written by NOGA FLAISHON, who is a graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She’s been involved in numerous theater productions, as well as short-lived films. With a strong vision for her story, Noga is the driving force behind this production.
Director CORAL TARRAN is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic art in New York and has recently returned to the UK. As well as having advanced training in acting and dancing, she has a strong background in improvisation and has acted in many Theatre Productions. She is now looking to kick-start her career as a Theatre Director.
Producer KATIE PRATTEN is a Writer, Assistant Producer and Trainee Assistant Director at’ Pixeleyed Pictures’, a product corporation be devoted to undertaking current socio-political issues, and who are at the heart of the British Film/ Broadcast Industry in Pinewood Studios.
Bunker will play at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre between 8 and 11 August. Tickets can be purchased via the below link.
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