These theatrical works have in some cases have included actors, dancers, fashion - i am a multi media artist sometimes incorporating, dance, poetry, music, drama, performance paintings - its really a consciousness of the aware ness of being.
SELECTED "DRAMATIC' WORKS
1991 THE PLAY THING. Jungle Theater, Minneapolis, MN.
1990 PERFORMANCE. Monumentalavd, 'Sykkelfabrikken', Sandnes, Norway
1990 TV-MANIA. Franklin Furnace, New York.
1990 SWIMMING LESSONS. Walker Art Center/Southern Theater, Minneapolis.
1989 SCARS. Yellow Springs Institute, Chester Springs, Pennsylvania
1986 THE PAINTING AND THE MARTYR. A poetry performance work. Loring Park Playhouse, Mpls.
1985 PASSION. Red Eye Collaboration, Minneapolis, MN.
1984 WILD. First Ave Danceteria, Minneapolis.
1976 CRACKS IN A CITY. May 17- 22. Round House Downstairs, London NW1.
.A poetry performance work with actors and dramas.
giles denmark mitchell - a little about my background
Acting and Drama and Theatre is in my blood. My mother and father during World War 2 were actors in a travelling theatre in the UK called " The Pilgrim Players of Canterbury" under the directorship of E. Martin Browne and wife Henzie Raeburn that performed in underground shelters, prisons, military bases, churches, schools, performing plays by T.S.Eliot and others. My mother was in the first performance of "Murder in the Cathedral" (she at that point was a student at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) by T.S.Eliot in Canterbury Cathedral (my father had T.S.Eliot as a visiting teacher at his school!). In 1936 it opened in London at the Mercury Theatre with great reviews from The Times Newspaper . She performed Murder in the Cathedral at the Ritz Theater in New York on 16 February 1938!
The Meetings and Signing the Minutes photo include: Elna Graham (who later married Brian Carey), Brian Carey (actor ), Norman Tyrell, Denis Carey, Sylvia Read, E. Martin Browne, Ronald Long, Eric Mitchell (my father - who later became a doctor and microbiologist and who was director of the Public Laboratory Service in Nottingham, and later Director of Public Health for the City of London) , Nina Evans (my mother - when speaking to Peter Billingham in 1987 when she was living in Hampstead, London in his book Theatres of Conscience, 1939-53 told him about her experiences when she was actress in Pilgrim Players recalled that : "The most enduring quality and aspect of that time was the sense of community that we shared ... I have never experienced anything quite like it since, neither do I expect to"), and Henzie Raeburn.