2007 and prior ...
Second From Last In The Sack Race
by Michael Birch (from the novel by David Nobbs)
Set during WWII, this play was performed with a combined cast of teenagers and older people. Many of the older members of the cast were actual evacuees during this time and the project used script, improvisation and filmed reminiscences of all those involved.
Inspired by Goethe’s story of Faust, SAVVY Young Company members devised their own production with drama, song and movement. The show was performed at a variety of venues and festivals during 2007 including the Festival of Youth Arts, Oval House Theatre and the Croydon Warehouse.
The Last Drummer
Bensham Manor School
For one week in December, pupils at Croydon's Bensham Manor school worked with Sheree to create an original piece of theatre using African rhythms, dance, drama and song inspired by the story of The Little Drummer Boy. At the end of the week, the piece was presented to families and friends at two very special performances.
A Couple of Grimms Tales
Performed as part of the Surrey Youth Drama Festival
Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
Musical numbers, barbie dolls and fly-foxing action men ... not your regular presentation of Little Red Cap and Rapunzel, but hey - that's SAVVY for you! Based on the original stories of Little Red Cap and Rapunzel, this ensemble adaptation was great fun.
Crying For Time
Charles Cryer Theatre
Puppetry and personal items provided the basis for SAVVY's phenomenal showcase performance of 'Crying For Time' - a play that pushed the boundaries in people's perceptions of what young artists have to say.
The Stolen Prince
After the success of 'A Midsummer Nights Dream', the SAVVY Young Company wowed them again at The Harlequin Theatre, Redhill in March 2005 with a unique tale and beautiful costumes!
A Midsummer Nights Dream