A brand new production commissioned this summer by Hungry Wolf Visionary Youth Theatre written by Katherine Manners and directed by Award Winning Katie Beard. Suddenly kettled at a climate change protest on the hottest day of the year, Kelly finds herself trapped with a volatile and unlikely mix of people. Battling to maintain a fragile peace, Kelly is forced to confront and challenge her principles as well as her motives. As the heat intensifies, tensions mount. But in the belly of the kettle, something is born. When people are pushed to their limits it can bring out the best, and very worst, of human nature.
Dates: TBC (currently postponed until 2022 due to Covid 19)
Writer: Katherine Manners
Katherine is a writer and actress. She trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama and has performed regularly in the West End, in regional theatre and on television.
She has had several short plays produced, including Lucky George for the RADA studios and London Transport Museum, and Don’t Cross Bridges for St James Theatre and Southwark Playhouse, which is currently being made into a short film.
She has several plays in development including Rooftoppers which has had workshop development at the National Theatre studios and Bristol Old Vic, and The Worst Word which is being supported by The Yard Theatre, Hackney, and will be part of the Camden People’s Theatre Hotbed festival.
Katherine is returning to Hungry Wolf VYT after writing the 5 Star production ‘Goodbye Rosetta’.
Director: Katie Beard
Katie trained as a young dancer with the National Youth Dance Company and as an actor with the National Youth Theatre, before 3 years professional training at Guildford School of Acting (where she won the Acting Prize.) She has appeared on stage in London, on tour in the UK, and off-Broadway, New York, and on television for the BBC and ITV, as well as numerous commercials.
Katie began working as an associate choreographer for the National Youth Music Theatre when she was 21 and has been working as a professional, freelance director/choreographer for the past 8 years. Her work spans schools, colleges, UK drama schools, National Youth companies, regional theatre, West End Theatre, choreography for International music and comedy acts, music videos, Royal Galas, and work within the community. Most recently Katie has worked as Movement Director for Zog Live! and won Best Choreographer in the 2019 Pantomime Awards.
In the meantime take a look at the promo from last years 5-star show, Goodbye Rosetta