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LOST Theatre - February 2013

Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle

LOST Theatre has five productions lined up for February 2013. They are:

Circles, which premiered in 2012 as part of LOST Theatre’s One Act Festival – from February 6 to February 9 (8pm).

Alex and his sister Kate welcome audiences into their world as they fight like brother and sister and fondly recount stories from when they were young. However as the show progresses and Alex struggles to get on with his life it’s clear everything is not quite as it seems.

Circles is presented by Limb2Limb.

Exposed from Impulse Collective – February 12 (8pm).

The human impulse can be loving, kind, exciting, deadly and life changing. Ultimately the decision is ours. Which ones will we follow and which ones will we fight?

Exposed is a mix of physical theatre, verbatim, projection and comedy.

The Saint Valentine’s Day Murder from Newgate Productions – February 14 to February 16 (8pm).

It’s Valentine’s Day, and a speed dating event for the website takes an unexpected turn when one of the members is murdered. It’s up to Jean-Pierre Le Poulet, the world’s greatest detective, to solve the case. Will he find the killer? And will the speed daters find true love before another one of them is murdered?

Dear Edwina – February 20 to February 23 (evening and matinee shows).

Come meet Edwina Spoonapple, advice giver extrodinare as she opens her garage doors on this hot sunny day in Paw Paw Michigan, to host the infamous ‘Dear Edwina Show’. Any problem, no matter how big or small will be answered through song and dance in a variety of home made theatrical spectaculars, packed with ambition and heart in equal measure.

On this particular day, Edwina has been informed that a talent scout from the prestigious agony aunt convention, ‘The Kalamazoo Advice-A-Palooza Festival’ will be in attendance and searching for local potencial to fill the last remaining spot on the bill. Desperate for the approval of her parents, Edwina sets her sights firmly on that goal and will stop at nothing to make sure her show is a hit. But will she listen to her own advice?

Tomorrow I’ll Be Happy, part of National Theatre Connections 2013 – February 27 to March 2 (7.30pm).

When a stranger comes to a crumbling seaside town looking for his friend Darren, he discovers that he was killed in a homophobic hate crime. As the secrets of the past come spilling out, it transpires that for Darren’s group of friends, all is not quite as it first seems.

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