A real couple. A shared history. But what makes a story true?
Poignant and funny, a piece about the experience of intimacy.
In 2009 Jane Nash and Dan Milne created SMALL SPACE, a site-specific show in domestic kitchens. It was performed in London, Bristol, Edinburgh, New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Playing with an idea of what is true and what is false in any of our memories, Jane and Dan explore the shared experience of intimacy and the stories we tell about it, through the lens of their 14-year marriage. Here Jane and Dan revisit the stories from this site-specific piece at the Canvas Cafe in SMALL SPACE:Redux.
‘…gripping, thought provoking and beautiful theatre, using a minimum of means but a maximum of expressive intent. Outstanding and original work.’ FRINGE REVIEW
Jane Nash and Dan Milne
Jane and Dan are Directors of Narativ in London. They are performers, directors and theatre-makers and as such have worked with the National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Complicite and the Young Vic amongst others. They create work together and separately - Jane has recently directed Like Mother Like Daughter in Yorkshire for Complicite and will be re-creating this piece for the Cork Festival 2017; Dan has recently produced his first feature film You Were Never Here in New York with his company Wonderbar productions. He is about to embark on his second feature Widow’s Walk with New Thirty Pictures to be filmed this Autumn. They are also starting work on a new theatre piece together with their daughter, Cecily Nash, entitled Broken.