Adam Lenson is a Jewish director, theatre maker and creative technologist based in North London and he is especially interested in music led and interdisciplinary work.
His first solo show as writer/performer ANYTHING THAT WE WANTED TO BE was developed in association with Camden People’s Theatre’s Starting Blocks scheme and is going to be part of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Summerhall.
Directing credits include PUBLIC DOMAIN (Vaudeville Theatre & Southwark Playhouse), THE RINK, SUPERHERO and WASTED (Southwark Playhouse), THE FABULIST FOX SISTER (Southwark Playhouse, The Crazy Coqs), and STAGES (VAULT FESTIVAL). He is thrilled to be developing his second solo show at artsdepot.
IS IT TOO LATE NOW TO SAY SORRY? is a play with songs about what it means to apologise and how to let go of the things that hurt us. Winding together stories of personal failings, institutional wrongdoing, and celebrity sort-of apologies, all while traversing different cultural and geographical modes of apology, this show looks to reckon with ideas of how we fix broken things and how we might accept the things that can’t be fixed.
This residency is supported in collaboration with Tsitsit Fringe Festival
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