In Everglade Studio
Writer and Director Nathaniel Brimmer-Beller
Producer Jenny Shpeter
In 1974 London, three very different musicians and their manager seal themselves inside the hallowed Everglade Studio to complete a marathon recording session, unaware that materials in the studio’s walls are driving them to the brink of insanity. As artistic and social tensions flare, the atmosphere grows thornier, the music grows stranger, and the studio’s mixture of creativity and claustrophobia demands its pound of flesh. Based on true events.
Nathaniel Brimmer-Beller (he/him) is a mixed-race, Black and Jewish playwright and director from Washington DC, located in the UK since 2015. He has directed 21 theatrical productions and written ten original plays, including five premieres at the Edinburgh Fringe and two London transfers – most recently the media satire ‘Press’ (★★★★★ “Genius” – Broadway Baby), returning to Edinburgh with Pleasance this summer. His work was recently performed at the Almeida Theatre, and his company Black Bat Productions continues to develop new work.
Duration: 1 hour (no interval)
In Everglade Studio will feature strong and discriminatory language, violence and racism.