Dates and Times
Tue 26 - Sat 30 Nov 2019 at 7.15PM
Featured in our Autumn 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Presented by Hannah Maxwell, and returning to CPT by popular demand
“89 years. 172 different productions. I am the first female member of my family to not appear in a Thalians show for a reason other than pregnancy.”
Amateur dramatics: the unspoken past of many a Fringe performer. From four generations of leading ladies comes one queer Londoner, sharing a story of return and reconciliation – with her hometown, cultural inheritance and secret love of musical theatre.
Step-ball-changing between suburb and city, I, AmDram minds the gap between the identities we assert and the worlds we leave.
Developed through Starting Blocks at Camden People’s Theatre in 2017. The artist is honoured to enjoy the support of the Welwyn Thalians Musical and Dramatic Society (est 1929).
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company don’t believe there is any content to consider in this performance.
The company don’t believe there is any health warnings in this performance.
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“Imaginative, good-natured and thoughtful. A rare and instant likeability… startlingly witty” – A Younger Theatre
“Hannah forded every stream and followed every rainbow to get I, AmDram right… the show [is] beautifully judged and perfectly balanced.”- Brian Logan
*** Read The Guardian feature on I, Amdram‘s 2018 CPT run here ***
About the artist
Hannah Maxwell is a writer, performer, artist, podcaster and stand-up. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian and The Scotsman, and the playtext of I, AmDram was published by Oberon Books in May 2019. She collaborated with international lesbian performance company Split Britches as co-writer on Unexploded Ordnances (La Mama ETC, NY and Barbican Centre, 2018).
Image credit (c) Daisy King