- ★★★★ Scotsman
- ★★★★ ThreeWeeks
- ★★★★ FringeGuru
- ★★★★ FringeReview
- ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
- "REALLY RATHER FASCINATING" - Lyn Gardner
In the summer of 2011 we performed '101' as Visiting Artists at Northwestern University, Chicago, USA. It was a fantastic experience, and something we're keen to repeat soon. Check out our tour video to hear feedback from audiences and snippets from our Q&A session chaired by Michael Rohd, founder of Sojourn Theatre Company.
Oneohone's first traditional performance was an in-house adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August 2010. In the show, the vampire is re-imagined as an unseen presence, dominating the fragmented consciousness of the inmates of Seward's asylum.
Just as Stoker's classic is pieced together out of letters and diaries, the inmates soon take it upon themselves to divine the truth from their scattered memories. What begins as an exploration of the past becomes a nightmare as events thought long gone re-assert themselves in the present. As the boundaries between performance and reality break down, the danger may be closer than any of them guess. Only Renfield, the most unhinged of the 'sleepers', may be alert to the presence in their midst.
Dracula draws on Romantic and Victorian conceptions of the vampire to create a world where Carmilla, Lillith and Coleridge's Christabel join the cast of Stoker's original to piece together the fate of the Harkers and Holmwoods at the close of the 19th century.
Dracula enjoyed a sell-out run and was awarded a commendation for design by the Methuen Emerging Artist's Competition.