Lazarus Theatre Company is committed to re-investigating, revitalising and 

re-imaging classic works for a contemporary audience.
1. We aim to re-examine and reenergise classic texts by presenting them in visually striking, thought provoking and immediately relevant productions through the use of text, movement, music and visual arts.
2. Our work seeks to reach those who have barriers to experiencing live theatre by celebrating cultural diversity, expanding audience’s and artist’s horizons and engaging with young and excluded members of society.
3. We celebrate artists from all backgrounds and experiences with an emphasis on ensemble, working collaboratively and collectively.
4. Through our extensive education workshops, actor training programmes, research and development and audience engagement, we ensure our work retains its impact long after the curtain falls.

6 responses to “About

  1. itsashmal

    This looks like an awesome company! Where are you located?

  2. Wraith Lord

    Hi Lazarus. Do you have a postal address where I can send my details? How can one become more aware of your casting process? Thanks!

  3. Hi guys, I’d love to give you my casting details so I could be considered for rehearsed readings and any future productions, but I think your email account is broken at the moment? Is there anyone else I could email with my CV etc. to apply? Thanks!

    • Hi George,

      We’re not casting for any more productions this year. We’ve got an all female production of Henry V on at Waterloo East Theatre that opens in a week. Maybe see you there? Also, keep an eye on our website for the next casting.

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