A Collection of
"At the end of Stitched, when five actors take a bow, it comes as something of a shock. You expect at least ten people to walk out. This is due, in part, to well-rounded performances, but also to Rough Cut Theatre's inventive staging. If a character needs to travel, they don't move, the set does. Puppeteers dressed entirely in black slide paintings, pieces of paper and furniture across the stage - anything to give the illusion of motion."
“The way the stories are told works brilliantly…The highlights are the action sequences and the creative use of props, which make for a wonderfully visual show…an all round, well-crafted piece of theatre definitely worth seeing.”
A Collection of Incredible Stories
Directed by Peter Bramley
Devised by RoughCut Theatre
Reworked as 'Stitched" for the 2005 Edinburgh Fringe
A Collection of Incredible Stories:
Oxford House, London, 7-22 December 2004
Smirnoff Underbelly, Edinburgh Festival 2005
Theatre-maker. Performer. Teacher.
“A wonderful mixture of physical theatre and puppetry”
THE BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE
“A cast of five uses physical theatre and Japanese puppetry to give the impression of being at least ten”