Out of the Darkness Theater Company, UHI Moray and University of the Arts London raise funds for Ukraine with student performances


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OUT of the Darkness Theater Company’s student performances made a triumphant return to the stage this spring.

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Out of the Darkness Theater Company has raised £1343.92 for Ukraine through its student performances.

The two sold-out shows marked the first opportunity for the theater company to stage productions since December 2019, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Out of the Darkness Theater Company has long-standing collaborations with UHI Moray and the University of the Arts London (UAL) and helps them stage student performances for their acting and performance and arts courses. stage and production respectively.

For their student shows, HNC Acting students from UHI Moray performed Alan Ayckbourn’s play Absurd Person Singular while UAL students performed a self-designed showcase based on a quote from the award-winning musical Hamilton.

Both productions played in May and were hugely successful, with tickets for all performances selling out quickly.

The theater company used the student performances as an opportunity to raise money for the Humanitarian Appeal for Ukraine and donated £1343.92 to the Disaster Emergency Committee fund from the performances.

Out of the Darkness Theater Company will be hosting a trial session of its Performance Classes at UHI Moray Campus on Tuesday, July 26 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

The interactive workshop will be led by Garry Collins, Creative Director of Out of the Darkness Theater Company and will provide an opportunity to try out some voice, acting and body movement techniques.


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