Six productions from the Baxter Theatre Centre will be staged at the largest arts festival in the world, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, this year.
This includes three original works penned by Baxter CEO and Director Lara Foot.
The Inconvenience of Wings, Foot’s latest offering, tells the tale of a woman grappling with bipolar disorder. The magical realist tale, Karoo Moose, catalogues a young girl’s struggle for survival in a poor Karoo village. Tshepang: The Third Testament captures a devastating incident of child rape.
Foot is also bringing the unmissable Miss Julie, together with the student-led production The Fall, and Tobacco to the streets of Edinburgh.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe takes place from 4 to 28 August.
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