“Just take great photos and don’t get killed. This isn’t worth dying over.” A staged reading of Still, the story of a war photographer who's forced to question everything she stands for over a life spent documenting conflict.
From the dry hot dust of the desert to the busy streets of London, Still is a globe-spanning story that asks us whether or not we really have the capacity to care for one another. And if we do, are we ever going to do anything about it?
There will be the chance to give feedback on this work in progress after the performance.
Director: Imogen Beech
Writer: Alex Lightman
RoundPeg was founded in October 2010 and has previously received support from both The Arts Council and the Roundhouse Theatre, Camden. Previous productions include Swifter, Higher, Stronger by Abi Zakarian (Roundhouse) and Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation of Henry James' classic ghost story The Turn of the Screw (Assembly Hall Edinburgh Fringe and Lion and Unicorn Theatre).