Artistic Director Anda Winters announces the company's new season for 2013. February sees the annual return of dance to the venue with the world premiere of FLOW, an innovative collaboration of dance, design and music led by Associate Artist Hubert Essakow.
This is followed by a revival of Brian Friel's masterpiece Molly Sweeney by the 2011 JMK Award runner-up Abigail Graham.
Completing the season is the UK première of Amy Herzog's 4000 Miles in a co-production with the Ustinov Studio at Theatre Royal Bath. James Dacre's production opens in Bath, before transferring to The Print Room in May next year.
Complementary programming includes performances, exhibitions and post show discussions, which will be presented in the newly created The Print Room Balcony. In January 2013 The Print Room Balcony launches with two one-act plays, Ivy & Joan by James Hogan. Following in March will be a week of performance/assemblage by artist Alice Anderson in a co-production with Riflemaker, prior to participation in the 2013 Venice Biennale This project is the first time that The Print Room has co-produced with this prominent London gallery.
Anda Winters said today, "I am very pleased to announce The Print Room's new season, in which we continue to present work across drama, dance, music and visual arts. We've added to our space with the opening of The Print Room Balcony, a new intimate and flexible exhibition/performance area. I am particularly proud that this new season so distinctly demonstrates how our dynamic venue will continue to stage exciting work by both emerging and established artists".