OPEN HEART SURGERY / Açık Kalp Ameliyatı by Laura Lomas
THINGS THAT MAKE NO SENSE / Saçmalıgın Daniskası by Dennis Kelly
FRAGILE / Hassas by David Greig
HOUSEKEEPING / Ev ldaresi by Lucy Kirkwood
Theatre Uncut first happened in London in 2011 as a response to the largest cuts to public spending since WWII. The project became much wider in its scope in 2012 and included short plays from the US, Syria, Greece and Iceland. Ala Turka will be performing 4 plays from this project written by UK’s leading playwrights addressing audiences who want to think about what the budget cuts really mean and who they are really hitting.
Theatre Uncut 2. Dünya Savaşı’ndan bu yana kamu sektörüne uygulanan en büyük kesintilere tepki olarak İngiltere’nin önde gelen 8 yazarlarların yazdığı kısa oyunlardan oluştu. Sonraki yıllarda proje uluslararası bir boyut kazandı ve Amerika Yunanistan İzlanda gibi ülkeler de bu harekete dahil oldu. Theatre Uncut, alınan kararları sorgulayıp bizi bu konular üzerinde düşünmeye teşvik edip herkesin hayatını etkileyen politik konuları tartışmaya açıyor. Ala Turka, bu projeden seçtiği 4 oyun ile bir gece icinde sizleri David Greig, Lucy Kirkwood Dennis Kelly ve Laura Lomas ile buluşturuyor.
Theatre Uncut was created to get people thinking, talking and taking
action on what is happening in the world. Each year the company asks
writers from around the world to respond to the political situation in their
own country. These scripts are then made available through
anywhere rights free during the annual Theatre mass action events. The
brand new 2013 plays will be previewed at the Traverse Theatre during
the Edinburgh Festival
and will then be available to download from 1 September.
Co-Artistc Directors Emma Callander and Hannah Price will also be directing a double bill of David Greig’s Theatre Uncut plays Fragile and Dalgety at the Edinburgh Festival
In Turkish with English surtitles.
Please note: Thursday 20 June performance is a Gala Fundraiser for Ala Turka. All Proceeds go to Ala-Turka, not to the voluntary organisation Theatre Uncut. The tickets for this performance will be £45 and will soon be available on a separate page which you will be able to access from here – [THURSDAY 20 JUNE GALA BOOKING PAGE](http://bit.ly/1a6Vm5v).
All performances begin at 8pm