The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable

The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable is their biggest production to date. Set across numerous floors of an abandoned building near Paddington Station and styled as the eerie Temple Studios, a legendary 50s film powerhouse long-forgotten, the story follows the dreamers who populate the seedy underbelly of Hollywood. Inspired by the fractured tragedy of Büchner’s unfinished work, Woyzeck, the production features a labyrinthine spectacle that explores the mystery behind Temple Studios and its sudden closure in 1962.

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