the Graeae

the Graeae

share one eye among them. [Gk. Myth.: Gayley, 208–210]
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Mr Sharma has been associate director at the Graeae Theatre Company in London since 2011 where he directed the world premiere of Jack Thorne's The Solid Life of Sugar Water - a hit at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Twenty years or so later, the song was performed live during the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Paralympics by Orbital and members of the Graeae Theatre Company.
That means we get stuff like The Graeae - the sisters who share one eye and a tooth - being depicted as a wisecracking trio of taxi drivers who whisk Percy (Logan Lerman) and pals off in their high-flying cab.
There are two women who sit on their stoop here, smoking and muttering dark imprecations like the Graeae missing a sister.
Actors from the Graeae Theatre Company, Britain's leading disabled theatre practitioners, describe their actions as they perform and sign the plot for children aged seven upwards and their families.
THE Graeae Theatre Company takes a raunchy, mini-skirted look at Thomas Middleton's fine Jacobite tragedy penned in 1622 but set here against the backdrop of 1967 Beatlemania.
Now it has been rewritten by leading contemporary playwright Clare McIntyre - her plays Low Level Panic and My Heart's A Suitcase were hits at London's Royal Court Theatre - and performed by the Graeae company.
Members of the Graeae company are currently campaigning to stop the Government from closing the Independent Living Fund and overturning a High Court decision to keep it.
We found the play lent itself perfectly to the Graeae aesthetic, and provided fascinating opportunities for us to take a creative approach to interpreting otherwise non-verbal communication within the script.