ERRATICA, the international new British music theatre company, will bring the world premiere of Remnants to the Print Room at the Coronet, this summer. With previews starting on 12 June as part of InTRANSIT Festival, this production tells the true story of one woman’s experience of the aftermath of the Srebrenica massacre, and her family’s connection to the Holocaust in Bosnia 50 years before.
Adapted from the memoir The Stone Fields by Croatian-American writer Courtney Angela Brkic, Remnants will be performed by an all-female cast of four singers and a dancer. Director Patrick Eakin Young layers audio extracts from interviews with the author over a wholly unique combination of original vocal works by Christian Mason, traditional Balkan music, and deep, rumbling electronic compositions by Shelley Parker with choreography from Jamila Johnson-Small.
Full press release here.