NEW MILL TRAILER
Click here to view the brandnew trailer for the new version of “The Mill”
“The Mill is the first full-length show from hot young aerial theatre company Ockham’s Razor” – The Stage
“a striking vision” – Evening Standard
“comedy and drama” – The Independent
“a terrifically imaginative and original show, something really special.” – The Guardian
“an engaging and ingenious piece of work” - The Financial Times
“aerial artistry…with ingenuity and theatrical flair” - The Times
“There’s no shortage of risk and split second timing as they roll, spin and flail on the wheel, but it’s the narrative line that carries you through” - The Observer
“incredible, striking images.” – Total Theatre
Ockham’s Razor create daring physical theatre on aerial equipment specially created for each new show.
For The Mill we have designed and built a large wheel made of wood and steel. It is suspended from a 7 metre high rig and links into a system of ropes and wooden drums creating an exciting set on stage. The system is powered by the performers using their strength and weight creating a precarious world where a seemingly small decision or action can gather momentum and impetus beyond our control. By turns treadmill and pleasure wheel, the system is the vehicle for a roller-coaster ride through every human emotion and it’s effects are unpredictable and dramatic.
The ensemble co-devised the show with Toby Sedgwick (founder member of 1980’s cult group Moving Picture Mime Show, and most recent winner of the Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreographer for the National Theatre’s hit production, War Horse) who also directed the show . Dramaturgy is by Rufus Norris (winner of The Evening Standard Award for Best Director).
Devised by: Ockham’s Razor (Alex Harvey, Tina Koch, Charlotte Mooney) in association with Toby Sedgewick, Stefano Di Renzo, Paul Evans
Performers: Ockham’s Razor (Alex Harvey, Tina Koch, Charlotte Mooney), Stefano Di Renzo, Steve Ryan
Costume&Design: Tina Bicat
Sound and original score: Derek Nisbet
Light: Phil Supple