Hinged on the workings of time and juxtaposing characters and ideas in series of intertwined encounters, Time and the Room sets out to explore the complex nature of human experience through a range of unconventional and often surprisingly comic forms. Sensitive, poetic and extremely thought provoking, the play motivates and inspires new ways of thinking about theatre and art.
In Time and the Room, the room contrives to be the play's main character.
Strauss's sharply etched, quirkily, mysteriously intertwined characters are brimming with surprises. (The Independent)
Frank Arnold/1stMan - Joe Purcell
Complete Stranger/2nd Man/ Graphic Artist - Harry Parsons
Marie Steuber - Sofi-Jo Bennett, Anna Herzog, Alice May Feetham
Man in Winter Coat/Rudolph/3rd Man - Max Sterne
Julius - Joseph Daniel-Taylor
Olaf - Jordan Turk
Man with no Watch/Ansgar - Alex Phelps
Impatient Woman - Anna Herzog
Sleep Women - Alice May Feetham
Pillar/Colleague/Customer - Company
Designer: Olivia Du Monceau