Graduate success: Connie Edgington in short film role
Congratulations to ICTheatre Graduate Connie for her role in short film ‘Who Cares?’.
Connie is working on a short film with Hydrocracker Theatre Company – a site specific, immersive theatre company. The short film called ‘Who Cares?’ written by two brilliant contemporary writers Thea Gajic and Rebecca Saffir explores what would happen if care was put at the very centre of life.
Hydrocracker works within an ‘access aesthetic’ where accessibility concerns are not simply last-minute add-ons but actually influence and shape the work, so within this piece they have worked closely with ‘Deafconnect’ to tell this story.
“I played the role of cafe waitress ‘Jazz’, working closely with National Theatre director, Nathan Crossan-Smith and Actor, Jem Wall throughout this project. I have also played a Judge in a rehearsed reading for ’Sceendog Productions’ and have also worked as a Supporting Artist in some TV shows and adverts. I have also been auditioning for a lot of cruise contracts as a Lead Singer within the production team and auditioning for lots of other musical theatre projects.”
#ICTheatreGraduates. Graduate destinations have so far stretched the music and gaming industry, feature films, TV series, commercials and mainstream theatre.
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