Year of Exploration

Throwing open the doors to the Lazarus engine room...

Our 2020 Season ended prematurely and our plans paused due to the Coronavirus outbreak earlier this year.  


The Year of Exploration will see the company launch into a period of research and development, asking how and why we make theatre, seizing this rare opportunity to explore ourselves as artists, as a company and ensemble with focus on what we can do, a chance to pause, reflect and practise, providing employment opportunities by developing and creating partnerships and collaborations


We will be exploring new collaborations, digital technology, casting, integrated access, dramaturgy, design, puppetry, composition, movement and new storytelling techniques all via our Digital Ensemble


We will share our practise and findings right here.


Although not on stage for a while we will be continuing with our education work and sharing these epic plays with our community in Greenwich and beyond.


So join us for a Year of Exploration. 

Aaron Peters and Micha Colombo in rehearsal for The Tempest 2019

Activity

A practical workshop exploring digital technology and how that might be used inside a production to develop storytelling techniques, prove covid resilient by creating a digital ensemble and improve access to our work.

November 2020

Digital Ensemble

Collaborative, creative, collective.
We make work together, as a company. 
During our Year of Exploration we will be investigating how we can still create ensemble work, digitally.  

Associate Artists

Our Associate Artists include Actors, Designers, Directors and Composers who act as a sound board, an ideas or skill exchange and support network. 


This collaboration helps develop the company as well as an individual's own creative practice and skills. To find out more about our Associate Artists click here.

Supported by, in Association with and Thanks to

 

★★★★ “Lazarus Theatre Company have delivered 

another piece of excellence”

Everything Theatre on A Midsummer Night's Dream

★★★★★ “ Deliciously dark and disturbing, Lord of the Flies 

thrills and shocks in equal measure”

Fairy Powered Productions on Lord of the Flies