Performing The Goat
Performing The Goat – A Collection of One Act Plays is gradually proving itself as a fresh and entertaining resource for actors and theatre groups. Its success speaks for itself in festivals and acting classes. The collection of one act plays contained in Performing The Goat has proven successful for staged productions in standalone events.
Short and Sweet Singapore 2008 Festival performed Disturbing Mavis as part of their Top 30 chosen plays and The Mechanics as part of their Staged Readings, in Singapore. Disturbing Mavis won the People's Choice Award in the Top 30 Week 1, section.
Scone Acting Dramatic Society (SCADS) in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales (Australia) performed The Mechanics in May and June 2007 during the Scone Horse and Arts Festival. Its success and audience appreciation was proven by full houses to ten performances.
Kyneton Theatre Company in the north west of Victoria (Australia) performed Fergus’ Envy and Champagne Ladies during the 49th Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival in 2005. The two scripts individually won, the Adjudicator Award for Best New Play; winning two cash prizes.
Millfield Youth Theatre Company's (London) used Fergus' Envy and Champagne Ladies as part of their acting classes. The response from their students was that of great joy and success. To quote: "They (the scripts) were the hit of Millfield last night...” relating to the actor’s enjoyment from using fresh scripted ideas.
Performing The Goat remains a great inspiration to actors and theatre groups looking for something original and fresh.