THEATRE RE

THEATRE RE

“…a visually stunning production you won’t soon forget.”
- Broadway World

“Theatre Re captures the fluidity of memory...a moving montage”
-The Stage

“The Nature of Forgetting is an explosive, joyous celebration of remembering.”
-Exeunt Magazine- London

“…breathtakingly beautiful, punishingly energetic…”
-The List- Edinburgh, Scotland

“…simply stupendous…”
-British GQ

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THE NATURE OF FORGETTING

At the intersection of art and science, The Nature of Forgetting bursts with creativity, joy, and heartache. Collaborating with London neuroscientist Kate Jeffery, Theatre Re has created a moving articulation of the countless dimensions of memory and amnesia, linking science with real life experiences.

Through movement of great physicality and compelling live music, The Nature of Forgetting is the story of Tom- a middle aged father struggling in the early stages of dementia. The piece, and Tom’s memories, are a life-affirming journey into a weakened mind, where broken does not have to mean defeated. A journey of shining humanity and celebration of a life well lived.

Based in London, Theatre Re creates tangible and poignant work. Their productions examine the fragility of life in a captivating style embracing mime, theatre and live music.

The Nature of Forgetting premiered in January 2017 at the London International Mime Festival. The production ran in August 2017 at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Co-commissioned by the London International Mime Festival, The Point Eastleigh, and South Hill Park Arts Centre. Funded by National Lottery through Arts Council England

Supported by Shoreditch Town Hall, Lincoln Drill Hall, Jacksons Lane and Haringey Council

“There is something, way down deep that’s eternal about every human being… And that’s what’s left when memory is gone.”  – Thornton Wilder

FALL 2018 AND SPRING 2019 PERFORMANCES
October 19, 2018                 Miller Center for the Arts – Reading Area Community College – Reading, PA
October 21, 2018                 Modlin Center for the Arts – University of Richmond – Richmond, VA
October 23, 2018                 Palmer Auditorium – Connecticut College – New London, CT
October 25, 2018                 Weis Center – Bucknell University – Lewisburg, PA
October 26, 2018                 Williams Center – Lafayette College – Easton, PA
October 27, 2018                 Theater at RVCC – Branchburg, NJ
October 30, 2018                 Collins Center for the Arts – University of Maine – Orono, ME
November 1, 2018               Stockbridge Theatre – Pinkerton Academy – Derry, NH
November 2, 2018               Bowker Auditorium – University of Massachusetts – Amherst, MA
November 4, 2018               Stockton Performing Arts Center – Stockton University – Galloway, NJ
November 6, 2018               Kenan Auditorium – University of North Carolina – Wilmington, NC
November 9-10, 2018         Historic Asolo Theatre at the Ringling Museum of Art – Sarasota, FL
November 14, 2018             Moss Arts Center – Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, VA
March 20-31, 2019               The New Victory Theater – New York, NY

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THE NATURE OF FORGETTING

At the intersection of art and science, The Nature of Forgetting bursts with creativity, joy, and heartache. Collaborating with London neuroscientist Kate Jeffery, Theatre Re has created a moving articulation of the countless dimensions of memory and amnesia, linking science with real life experiences. Through movement of great physicality and compelling live music, The Nature of Forgetting is the story of Tom- a middle aged father struggling in the early stages of dementia. The piece, and Tom’s memories, are a life-affirming journey into a weakened mind, where broken does not have to mean defeated. A journey of shining humanity and celebration of a life well lived.

Based in London, Theatre Re creates tangible and poignant work. Their productions examine the fragility of life in a captivating style embracing mime, theatre and live music. The Nature of Forgetting premiered in January 2017 at the London International Mime Festival. The production ran in August 2017 at the Edinburgh Fringe. Co-commissioned by the London International Mime Festival, The Point Eastleigh, and South Hill Park Arts Centre. Funded by National Lottery through Arts Council England Supported by Shoreditch Town Hall, Lincoln Drill Hall, Jacksons Lane and Haringey Council

“There is something, way down deep that’s eternal about every human being… And that’s what’s left when memory is gone.”
– Thornton Wilder


FALL 2018 AND SPRING 2019 PERFORMANCES

October 19, 2018
Miller Center for the Arts – Reading Area Community College
Reading, PA

October 21, 2018
Modlin Center for the Arts – University of Richmond
Richmond, VA

October 23, 2018
Palmer Auditorium – Connecticut College
New London, CT

October 25, 2018
Weis Center – Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA

October 26, 2018
Williams Center – Lafayette College
Easton, PA

October 27, 2018
Theater at RVCC
Branchburg, NJ

October 30, 2018
Collins Center for the Arts – University of Maine
Orono, ME

November 1, 2018
Stockbridge Theatre – Pinkerton Academy
Derry, NH

November 2, 2018
Bowker Auditorium – University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA

November 4, 2018
Stockton Performing Arts Center – Stockton University
Galloway, NJ

November 6, 2018
Kenan Auditorium – University of North Carolina
Wilmington, NC

November 9-10, 2018
Historic Asolo Theatre at the Ringling Museum of Art
Sarasota, FL

November 14, 2018
Moss Arts Center – Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA

March 20-31, 2019
The New Victory Theater
New York, NY

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