The Tempest – The Lowry Theatre

The group using their understanding of ‘The Tempest’, chose six scenes to improvise and perform  a promenade to their parents and other guests in a Lowry Theatre space. A group member guided their guests through the six scenes, explaining the story as they progressed. The performance was finished with a short ‘Forum’, where the parents and other adults had to become Prospero (the protagonist) and demonstrate how they would resolve Prospero’s conflict with his enemies.