When the particulars of your own bespoke Waste Land reveal themselves - say in the world’s bleakest waiting room at 4pm on a November afternoon, orwhen the world tilts and takes on some sickening hue for your eyes only or shrinks to just one ever expanding thought - the least we can hope for is some advice in a language we can understand.
Consider that a mission statement.
I’m a 43 years old. My mental health has been sketchy for most of that time. I am familiar with the Waste Land in both metaphorical and literary terms. Want to hear what I’ve learned?
This project has evolved with support from Aberdeen City Creative Learning, in collaboration with dramaturg Di Sherlock.
Funds raised will, as a priority, go directly into enhancing our creative vision, allowing us to engage lighting and sound designers to fully develop the mood and atmosphere of the piece.
Not only that, it will enable us to boost our presence in the competitive arena of the Fringe by working with Out of Hand in order to flyer and publicise the piece as effectively as possible.