Night Train Productions

 Visceral, stripped-back storytelling theatre

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Current Projects

Posted by nighttrainproductions on September 5, 2015 at 2:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Humph is now back in Perth and working on a raft of new projects. He's just finished a creative development with long-time collaborator and new Artistic Director of Force Majeur, Danielle Micich, on a new dance theatre work, and is about to embark on developing a new solo puppetry show at Spare Parts based on Hans Andersen's The Shadow as part of their First Hand training and development program. This will be followed by the Stage 2 development workshop at PICA of Demons, an epic Night Train adaptation of Dostoyevksy's novel with ten of Perth's leading independent theatremakers and performers. 

Humph Creative Development Fellowship

Posted by nighttrainproductions on May 11, 2015 at 6:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Humph is currently in Europe and the US on a self-devised program of travel, research, training and development courtesy of a Creative Development Fellowhip grant from the WA Department of Culture and the Arts. Updates about his experiences can be found on his blog at www.humphreybower.blogspot.com.au

WISH STUDIO UNDERGROUND SEASON

Posted by nighttrainproductions on March 31, 2014 at 11:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Humphrey and the original WISH team are currently remounting the show in co-production with Perth Theatre Company for a two-week season at The Studio Underground May 14–24. Book at Ticketek.com.au or via the PTC website.

HUMPH BLOG

Posted by nighttrainproductions on November 21, 2013 at 9:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Humph is now blogging on theatre in Perth at http://humphreybower.blogspot.com.au

ASTERION

Posted by nighttrainproductions on November 18, 2013 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Humphrey's new solo show ASTERION thrilled and chilled solitary blindfolded audience members lucky enough to experience it in the Clock Tower Studio at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts as part of the sold-out 2013 Proximity Festival of one-on-one performance.

Coming soon to a mystery location near you.

Here's what some audience members had to say:

‘Out of this world!’ ‘Gripping…’ ‘A sad palace of endless corridors…’ (Patron feedback, Proximity Festival 2013.)


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