Paul Levy talks to Jonathon Carr, Artistic Director of Fever Dream theatre about three linked shows at the Fringe, Wrecked, Impact and Basecamp. Jonathan talks about the challenges of being a writer and director and his development over the course of writing and directing the three productions.
“A crashed car, six audience members, no way out. Sam is on the run. She has stolen a car, crashed it and is trapped with no way out. This gripping piece of site-specific theatre will invite the audience into Sam’s stolen car, seconds after she has crashed it. Be one of just six passengers as Sam attempts to unravel her past and find a way out. Award-winning Fever Dream Theatre return with their 2016 sell-out Edinburgh hit.”
“A terrible crime has been committed. The guilty want to talk. They stand before you, offering their side of the story. Will you listen? The victims have written letters sharing their experience and you have access to them. Will you allow yourself to be swayed by their words? Will you keep the letter to yourself or share with others? And when that’s taken from you whose story will be left behind? Award-winning Fever Dream Theatre return after their 2016 sell-out Edinburgh hit Wrecked”
“A legendary rivalry: one mountain and two climbers seeking to be the best. We join them at basecamp as they prepare for the challenges of the ascent. Invited into separate tents to join just one of the two climbers, audiences experience the subjective and different sides of this rivalry, sharing only one side of the story. As time passes, the voices travel through the camp and the line between truth and lies, fact and fiction, begin to blur. Award-winning Fever Dream Theatre return after their 2016 sell-out hit Wrecked.”