The Company of Angels are about to start a run at The Salisbury Playhouse with their new show ‘Anne and Zef’ by Ad de Bont translated by Rina Vergano. It was the first time I photographed this company and I was very impressed. A lot of the action happens off the ground. The central characters use ropes and scaffolding to move around the space. It looked great!!
‘An attic in Amsterdam. 1943. A house in modern-day Albania. Anne Frank and Zef Bunga both live in fear of being discovered. Anne is hiding from Nazi troops, Zef is trapped at home in a society where families avenge one death with another.
But they meet in a different world, and discover connections neither expects – a love of stories, battles with parents who have forgotten what it is to be young, and anger at inheriting a life you didn’t choose.’
If you would like some more information then please click here to get show dates and information on the company.
Here are a selection of images taken during the dress run. If you would like to see the full set or purchase any please click here
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