“From there to here, and here to there, funny things are everywhere.” – Dr. Seuss.
A collection of clowns and one very dazed producer, we explore contemporary absurdities through a blend of dance, comedy and object theatre. We make relevant and accessible work that engages its audience in contemporary social discussions through a collage of witty gestural choreography, clown and eclectic soundtracks. We place importance on entertaining and uplifting our audience as well as provoking how they think about current issues and conversations.
Our Aim: to magnify contemporary social issues through a satirical lens and represent them through live theatre
Our Mission: to offer a creative and entertaining space for thought and discussion, whilst provoking a stronger sense of accountability and responsibility
Our Vision: a world that recognises and responsibly takes action against life's absurdities
Claudia Marciano (Director) is a performer and theatre-maker who enjoys multi-disciplinary work and unleashing her inner Bob Fosse. She studied Drama and Theatre Studies at University of Kent, and then went on to train on the two-year acting course at Fourth Monkey. During this time Claudia worked with Daniel Goldman, Karen Tomlin, and Sarah Case. She is currently touring Birth with Theatre Re, which will also be running at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019.
Ceri Lothian (Producer) started her career as Resident Assistant Producer at Theatre503, working on new writing productions that included the World Premieres of And Then Come The Nightjars by Bea Roberts (2016 National Tour), and Rotterdam by Jon Brittain (Olivier Award Winner 2017). Ceri currently works with Deus Ex Machina Production as Associate Producer & General Manager, working on new writing and musicals in London and across the UK including Working (Southwark Playhouse), Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester) and DUST (Trafalgar Studios). She has also produced new comedy writing and scratch nights around London and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She is an advocate for Working Class Artists, and an Ambassador for Inspiring The Future of Theatre with SOLT and UK Theatre.