I was lucky and honoured to be involved in all Peel the Limelight’s stage productions this year.
I stage managed Agnes of God the opening show of the season, which was also the first production in our brand new space in Jasmine City Building. That was followed by I Am My Own Wife, a one-man show about the true story of German antiquarian and cult figure Charlotte von Mahlsdorf. It was a daunting prospect given that the show demands about 10 different accents across a cast of 35 characters, but the audience reactions were lovely, and Time Out Bangkok were kind enough to describe the performance as "a riveting success", so I’m assuming I did something right.
In August I joined the ensemble of Hollow. This was our first original work at Peel the Limelight, and an important story about the terrible ordeal of "comfort women" during WWII.
And in November I played Dr. Roberto Miranda in Peel's final show of 2018, Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman, as part of the Bangkok Theatre Festival.
Planning is well under way for the 2019 season, and having just been named (promoted to?) Technical Manager for the company it promises to be another busy year, whether that’s on stage or behind the scenes.