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Counting the Ways


What happens when doubt enters a relationship?

Counting the Ways takes us on a humourous and poignant exploration of a couple questioning their love for each other.

Face front Inclusive Theatre bring their unique brand of multi-layered theatre to Edward Albee's play (award-winning writer of 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf' and 'The Goat, or, Who is Sylvia?')

ALL SHOWS WERE PERFORMED IN BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE AND SPOKEN ENGLISH AND INCORPORATED CREATIVE USE OF AUDIO DESCRIPTION


"She loves me, she loves me not"


"Me loves he 'not me loves he"

"... full of that particular Albee prescription of fun and menace"
- THE NEW YORK TIMES

"Albee at his most Playful and humourous"
- THE INTERNET THEATER MAGAZINE

"... sharply chiseled phrases and stabs of poignancy"
- THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

"This approach really does take accessible theatre a big step forward"
- DISABILITY ARTS ONLINE (Click to read a full review)

CREDITS

  • a Millfield Arts Centre and Face Front Production
  • Written by - Edward Albee
  • Director - Jeni Draper
  • Lighting - Ian Scott
  • Designer - Jo Paul

FUNDING

  • The production was supported by Arts Council of England and Awards for All

Artistic Vision

We have developed a multi-accessible style of performance which is distinct and exciting.

Founder Members

In the late 90s a group of artists started to experiment with different ways of working in Theatre.

Trustees

Our board members bring a range of experiences and points of view to what we do.

History

Face Front was begun by artists who were all committed to working inclusively within their particular art form.