Archive for May, 2016

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Megan Avery Site Specific: Final Blog Submission

“She went up the rope about three yards, and then came down. She did not fall, but came down the rope.” Framing Statement ‘The Third Beam’ was a piece of site-specific performance created as part of the Lincoln Drill Hall Project. It was performed on the 4th May 2016 in the main auditorium of the […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Bread and Cheese hall. Alice Chattaway -Final blog post

Framing statement Site Specific; “A theatrical performance, whatever its genre, its physical event occupying a certain space and certain duration” (McAuley, G, 2000, p126) Going to a place for the first time, “In which the reader is invited to undertake research at a particular location: to develop narrative from such enquiry and to engage in […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Recollection – Final Blog Post by Adam Cockerill

A Framing Statement Our Site Specific performance, named Recollection, is a series of one to one performances in a unique location in the Lincoln Drill Hall. The piece was based on the stories of lost and found objects. Through the use of storytelling and sensory-based experiences, we immersed the audience in the forgotten history of […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Final Blog Post – The Third Beam

Emily Wood   “Work can be made out of anything; there is no need for an audience or stage;” (Lavery, 2005, 232-233)   Framing Statement   The Third Beam was a memorial piece dedicated to a young girl who lost her life at the Lincoln Drill Hall. Overall, the piece was an installation with one-on-one […]

Friday, May 13th, 2016

“Spoiled” – Final Blog Post

Framing statement It is ten minutes past ten, on the eve of Thursday 7th May 2015. Darkness falls across Lincolnshire, and the first batch of ballot papers from the general election arrive at the Drill Hall, and the count begins… “Spoiled” began as a simple installation idea, predominantly inspired by the theatre company Stan’s Cafe, […]