Tales from Ovid

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Bone Marrow Theatre is currently devising a one woman show adapted from the poetical work ‘Tales from Ovid’ by Ted Hughes. Directed by Alex Pinder and Performed by Nadine Dimitrievitch this piece will explore several stories from the collection of myths which Hughes has so masterfully retold from the classic ‘Metamorphoses’ by Ovid.

Told through voice, mime and movement, Dimitrievitch brings these beautiful tales to life. Ovid’s Tales are a reflection on humanity, telling us who we are, where we have come from and what is to come; as relevant today as they have been over the last two thousand years.

‘Tales from Ovid’ has had a public viewing September 3rd-6th 2014 as part of Bone Marrow’s 2014 Residency at Revolt Melbourne Artspace.

Directed by Alex Pinder 
Performed by Nadine Dimitrievitch
Dramaturgy by Zeynep Incir

Producer – Nadine Dimitrievitch
Associate Lighting Designer/Stage Manager – Edward Chia
Lighting Design – Tom Willis

 

 


Directed by

Alex Pinder

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Alex Pinder has worked in the performing arts for over twenty-five years in Australia, England, India and Singapore. Throughout Australia he has run workshops and classes in schools, TAFES, universities and acting schools for students of all ages and abilities. In recent years he has taught at The Intercultural Theatre Institute and LaSalle College of Arts, Singapore, The  Adelaide College of Arts, GRADA TAFE Benalla and Darpana Performing Arts Academy in India. He has directed at La Mama Theatre, The Stork Theatre and Theatre Works and has performed for The MTC at The Malthouse Theatre, Chapel off Chapel and for the English company Theatre Sans Frontiere. He has numerous film and TV credits including Terra Nova and Ocean Girl. In 2012 he formed Artists in Community International, with artists Anne Riggs, running drama and art workshops for vulnerable communities in Australia, India, Nepal and Thailand. For more info on Alex please visit www.alexpinder.com

Performed by

Nadine Dimitrievitch

Nadine Dimitrievitch


At the age of three Nadine performed in her stage debut ‘The Court of Flora’ by Meryl Tankard in 1992. Since then she has danced, acted, directed, designed and choreographed. In 2013 Nadine founded the physical theatre company Bone Marrow Theatre. She recently produced, directed and designed ‘La Peste’ as part of Bone Marrow Theatre’s company in residence program at Revolt Melbourne Artspace.In 2013 she produced, directed and performed in EXODUS, during the 2013 Melbourne Fringe. Nadine finished the two year professional course at the world-renowned school L’École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq, Paris 2012.. After finishing Jacques Lecoq she was then invited to perform at Le Festival d’Avignon 2012, France, with Made The World Over Theatre performing in ‘Le Reve de Papillion’. She completed her ‘Diploma of Theatre Arts’ in 2007 at Swinburne University. Nadine was awarded ‘The Creative Young Stars Grant’ and the ‘New Blood Arts Residency’ with the Kingston Arts Centre for the development of EXODUS in 2013.

Dramaturgy by

Zeynep Incir

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Zeynep graduated as an engineer in 2007 but it was her passion for theatre that shaped her life. She graduated as a dramaturge from Ankara University in 2012 and started her graduate degree program in Philosophy in METU to strengthen her background as a dramaturge. During this period she worked with several non-profit theatre companies in Turkey, including Atölye Oyuncuları, Tiyatro Ayakbağı, and ODTÜ Oyuncuları. She began her journey as an actor, then started working as a dramaturge and also as a director. The productions she was involved were mostly based on dramatizations of short stories from various writers including Oscar Wilde and Sait Faik. In 2010 she worked as an intern with Border Crossings, which is a multicultural theatre company based in London. At the beginning of 2014 Zeynep moved from Turkey to Melbourne, following her passion for theatre and is now a member of Bone Marrow Theatre.


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