YEP make the city heart of the drama at Everyman
Fifty actors from YEP (Young Everyman Playhouse) are opening the 2018 season at the Everyman with a new devised show The City and the Value of Things.
It focuses on what is around us on a daily basis – what we see…and what we don’t.
Movement, storytelling and original music come together in a production which touches on topics including homelessness and foodbanks, and poses the question, what do we value?
YEP associate director Chris Tomlinson says: “Our process starts with a thought, an idea, a political statement, a look on the world or often the case may be a by-product of a previous show.
“We aim to produce a piece that can let the members of YEP’s voices be heard. It’s all their own work, the characters on stage have been entirely made by them and the words used sculpted and delivered by them.”
The City and the Value of Things is at the Everyman from February 21-24. Tickets HERE