Once in a while, in the midst of responsibilities to
children, work, it becomes necessary to recalibrate one's
and push the boat out.
Two old mates, Skip and Crew, decide it's time for an
A micro Odyssey, setting out into the Flow to sleep on an
abandoned island. The boat has been scrubbed and painted,
banjo is packed, sails hoisted and they've set their course
several large drams.
Found at Sea is made from a new sequence of poems
acclaimed Scottish novelist and poet, Andrew
Greig (Loch of
The Green Corrie, Summit Fever, That Summer) which tells
story of a real trip he took to the uninhabited island of Cava,
place which turns out to have a haunting history of its own.
Found at Sea began life as a rehearsed reading as part
award-winning Dream Plays (Scenes from a Play I'll
Write) in the 2012 Traverse Festival programme. Join us
next stage of the show's voyage - an intimate, low-fi, work
progress production in the belly of the Traverse,
poetry, storytelling, music and song.
Space: Traverse Two
Traverse Theatre Company
We would like to thank the King's Wark for the location of the