DYCP SUPPORTING PAGE

The below page includes a portfolio of Rachel Lincoln’s directing and theatre making work.

Trailer for Nest by Anna Beecher and Rachel Lincoln.

About Nest:

Unfolding in a custom-build performance tent, NEST takes audiences on a sensory journey through the seasons, using playful poetry, song, captivating movement and tactile and sensory play. 

Audience reviews include:

'The attention to detail was exceptional...every single element was spot on'

'There was a sense of wonder and excitement. My child was enchanted'

'The best half hour of my child's life!'

 

Above: Images from If We Were Older by Alice Schofield

About If we were older:

National Theatre 2018 New Views Winning Play by Alice Schofield at the Dorfman Theatre, National Theatre. 

Alice Schofield’s touching drama about love and friendship between women, which unfolds over five decades.

Website: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/shows/new-views-2018-if-we-were-older-alice-schofield

Reviews:

'Rachel Lincoln's production runs with this elegiac sense of beauty.'  We Ought To Be Clowns

'Under Rachel Lincoln's direction, to utilise every inch of the stage in a new way each time, despite such a deceivingly stripped back set.'  A Younger Theatre



 

Above images from The Curtain:

The Curtain by Eve Leigh, developed with Young Vic Taking Part, Young Vic 2016

About The Curtain:

a show about language, identity and connection: what it means to be understood.

Reviews:

Maddy Costa: "The Curtain: multilingual work made with immigrants, carers and differently abled pple = YES"  

 

Skin Of The Teeth by Anna Beecher

About Skin Of The Teeth:

One man show about a boy who can’t feel fear.

Performed at Edinburgh Fringe 2016, Ophelia Theatre, New York.

Reviews and Awards:

Daniel Holme - Best actor award (Buxton Fringe)

★★★★
THE LIST: "a spellbinding piece of work...fantastical imagery...as unsettling as it is bewitching". 

★★★★
FEST: "twists the grubby everyday into the uncanny...suffused with the dark timelessness of fairytales"

★★★★
A YOUNGER THEATRE: "a powerful and rich piece of theatre"

★★★★
FRINGE GURU: "intelligent and brave"