The Tempest

Taddeusz Phillips, after William Shakespeare.

Adapted, created and performed by Thaddeusz Phillips. Collaboration from Tea Alagic, Patric Kealey and Jeremy Wilhelm.

First presented at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, New York.

Prospero alone floating on a trunk, creates his universe, his life, his revenge with water, sand, ropes, pullies shadows and reflections. Thaddeus Phillips has appeared in London with The Geometry of Miracles (Royal National Theatre. Directed by Robert Lepage) and in Kafka’s Amerika (Southwark Playhouse. Group K). He is co-artistic director of Stateless (with the Bosnian artist, Tea Alagic), a multi-disciplinary company whose latest work The Filament Cycle was presented at the BAC last summer and is touring internationally. His new solo tap work, Lost Soles, just finished and extended run at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club in New York.

Taddeusz Phillips, after William Shakespeare.

“…ingenious…Phillips has cast The Tempest in a fresh new light – and who, really, can ask for more than that?”
– Philadelphia Inquirer

“absolutely fascinating” City Paper