Lights, Camera, Action: Lighting and Colours in Theatre for Young Audiences

A series of photos from Soro et le Grain de Mais Magique and Zapato busca Sapato, both performed at The Baxter Theatre on Monday, 22nd May, 2017.

LED lights are set up around the front of the stage. These are the main sources of lighting used throughout the Performance. There are no other lights rigged in the Theatre.
Soro et le grain de maïs magique: LED lights are set up around the front of the stage. These are the main sources of lighting used throughout the Performance. There are no other lights rigged in the Theatre.
The following series of photographs highlight the unique use of stage lighting in two performances o
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Victoria Moran (Facilitator & Documenter)
Victoria is a Theatre-Maker with experience in Theatre-in-Education, Directing, Acting and creating Community Theatre. She is passionate about all aspects of Theatre and its ability to enact positive change. Victoria has been involved in many creative projects across the UK, and is interested in Community Performance practice around the world. Recent projects in the UK include: facilitating a project with 20/20 Youth theatre with LL/D teenagers for Reading Rep, helping to devise and perform interactive shows for children with Chickenshed’s Tales from the Shed programme, and teaching Drama in Southwark Inclusive Learning Service (SILS) for children who have been excluded from mainstream school.