And Tomorrow Theatre Company was originally formed in response to Brexit and maintains an emphatically (dare we say defiantly?) international outlook. We are especially interested in exploring historical characters, both real life and fictional.
Their inaugural production, DEATH OF A HUNTER drew together an English translation of a German play about an American literary icon.
As actor and director respectively, Edmund and Anthony are also founding members of critically acclaimed Entire Theatre, ‘creating stripped back productions, that explore character and concept through the medium of the duologue’. Their most recent production, Orbits, explored the relationship between Bertolt Brecht and Charles Laughton, in which Edmund took the role of the Hollywood Star.
And Tomorrow is proudly supported associated with the Finborough Theatre, Theatre Tricolore, Entire Theatre and The So & So Arts Club in London and is actively seeking new partnerships across Europe.
Death of a Hunter by Rolf Hochhuth - Full Play
The successful run of Death of a Hunter on youtube in association with the Finborough Theatre has now finished.
"Dehn convincingly portrays a man tortured by memories of his father who also committed suicide."
"The direction from Anthony Shrubsall and set and costume by Holly Maples are completely aligned with the wider purpose of this piece: to ultimately show the hysteria and mental instability that rendered Hemingway unable to write."
'Death of a Hunter’ online was awarded an OnComm Award