Graeae


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Graeae

or

Graiae

(both: grē`ī), in Greek mythology, daughters of Ceto and Phorcus, called Deino, Enyo, and Pemphredo. The personifications of old age, they were born with gray hair and only one eye and one tooth among them. They were the protectors of their sisters, the Gorgons.
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Everyman and Playhouse artistic director Gemma Bodinetz said: "We're thrilled to be part of the important Ramps on the Moon project with Graeae, one of the country's champions for deaf and disabled artists.
uk/unity ENLIGHTENING AUDIENCES London-based theatre company Graeae will be bringing a performance of its modern fable Iron Man, below, to Cardiff during the Unity Festival's free Family Weekend, which takes place on June 15&16.
Graeae itself is named after a trio of ancient Greek goddesses who shared one eye and one tooth and were held to ransom by Perseus in his quest to kill Medusa.
Nabil Shaban, who has appeared in Dr Who, is the founder of the Graeae Theatre Company for disabled actors.
FRINGE: Sarah Kane's controversial drama about abuse, Blasted, is given a new production from Graeae, Britain's leading disabled-led company.
Diary of an Action Man has been written by Mike Kenny and is staged at Live's Newcastle Quayside venue from tonight until Saturday, by Graeae Theatre Company.
Here the tale is told with swaggering chutzpah in a touring co-production by Dundee Rep, Derby Theatre, and most tellingly Graeae Theatre Company - the latter of which is committed to putting the talents of deaf and disabled artists centre stage.
But the most visually striking work at Summer in Southside comes from Graeae Theatre Company.
She is played by actress Nicola Miles-Wildin, who is with the Graeae Theatre Company, the UK's flagship disabled-led theatre company.
Sealey is artistic director of Graeae, the UK's flagship disabledled theatre company.
It is a production by Graeae Theatre, the UK's leading disabled and deaf company, and Spanish company La Fura dels Baus, which produced the opening ceremony at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games.