Our production values and expectations are high of everyone we work with, whether experienced or just beginning, and we are fully commited to putting time, effort and funding into design values for set, costumes, lighting, sound and publicity.
We value the commitment of everyone involved in a production and ensure on any profit sharing venture that, at a minimum, travel expenses are paid.
As well as staging new adaptations and revivals we also support new writing, and currently have a play being written for us by published author Dixe Wills.
Our first production was a double bill of the Steven Berkoff Plays, Lunch and Brighton Beach Scumbags at the Pleasance in Islington at the end of January 2007. This was followed by a new adaption of A Christmas Carol at Greenwich Playhouse in December 2007.
In addition to staging plays, Flat Pack Productions deliver youth workshops and work alongside teachers at student conferences. We have recently provided 3 youth workshops including ‘Stand-Up Comedy and Improvisation’, ‘Stage Combat’ and ‘Digital Photography and Image Manipulation’ for the Redbridge Summer Uni Programme.
Later this year will be planning and delivering role play workshops for school staff on: drug education, sex and relations education and homophobic bullying.