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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November sees the return of disabilityfocused company Graeae, with their new production of Winsome Pinnock's One Under.
Jenny Sealey, artistic director of Graeae, the UK's leading disability-led theatre company, explains the enduring appeal of Ian Dury, who died in 2000, and why audiences in Coventry and beyond should see the show.
For full details, visit www.hijinx.org.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.
June 14, 8pm Graeae - Iron Man FREE Ted Hughes' fable is brought to life with a colossal iron puppet that stands taller than a double-decker bus.
Over 100 human rights protesters swarmed the stage for a segment called Empowerment as Ian Dury's Spasticus Autisticus was played by Graeae Theatre Company.
Prometheus Awakes is a collaboration between master story tellers Graeae, a British company which champions accessibility, and Catalan street theatre supremos La Fura dels Baus.
Other festival highlights include a large-scale interpretation of the Prometheus story--co-created by Spanish company La Pura dels Baus and Graeae Theatre, a U.K.
There are two women who sit on their stoop here, smoking and muttering dark imprecations like the Graeae missing a sister.
Her recently published book, Portrait of a Decade: 1968 to 1978 (Graeae Press), includes documentary images taken with her Pentax 35mm.
Alternative audio description strategies are also being explored and developed, mainly by theater (for example, British Council for the Arts, 2007; Graeae Theatre Company, n.d.) or dance troupes (for example, CandoCo Dance Company, 2008; StopGap, 2008) whose mandates are focused on the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in their casts.
GLASGOW, Scotland A Suspect Culture and Graeae Theater Company presentation in association with Tron Theater, Glasgow, of a play in one act by Dan Rebellato.
FRINGE: Sarah Kane's controversial drama about abuse, Blasted, is given a new production from Graeae, Britain's leading disabled-led company.Tonight 8pm, Unity Theatre.