Meet Group 17

Carla Keen, Aida Rocci, Constanza Ruff

Refund, Regret, Replace

What do you regret? At what cost would you take it back? This short piece prompts us to question and explore our ability, or inability, to take responsibility for our actions, and the cost that carries forward in our lives.

August 21 – 7:30pm

Carla Keen – Co-creator/Performer
Carla is a UK theatre-maker with an interest in form(at) and structure, and an interest in what is happening in the space in the moment. She has a background in improvisation and clowning and is the artistic
director of improvised theatre company The Ministry of Unplanned Occurrences. 
 She is about to graduate with an MA in Advanced Theatre Practice from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where she has been exploring one-to-one performance, digital theatre and intermediality. You can find out more about her work at carlakeen.com or find her
@carlakeen on Twitter/Instagram.

Aida Rocci – Co-creator/Performer
Aida Rocci is a London-based director and dramaturg with artistic roots in Spain, United States, and Russia. She has worked as a dramaturg for artists such as Eve Ensler, Daniel Kramer, and Diane Paulus. On an
unexpected turn upon arrival to London, she delved into the world of cabaret as the Entertainment Manager for a cabaret. She is a co-founder of the non-hierarchical devising company Punkt Collective. She holds an MFA in Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies from the American Repertory Theatre/Moscow Art Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University and an MA (with Distinction) in Advanced Theatre Practice from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Constanza Ruff – Co-creator/Performer
Constanza Ruff is a bilingual actress, physical theatre and circus performer.  Her UK stage credits include The House of the Spirits (Cervantes Theatre), Second Movement (Barbican), Visions of Tiriel (Wilton’s Music Hall), Imagining Europe (Richmix), Wild Works (The Vaults),  Helter Skelter (Gridiron Theatre Company) and many others. As a keen improviser, mover and deviser, she’s very experienced in immersive and site-specific work having appeared in productions by Secret Cinema, Circus Mash, Rift and Artful Badgers.  As a circus artist, she’s performed for countless of events and companies such as the BBC, KFH Awards, LinkedIN, Cafe de Paris and London College of Fashion.

 

 

 

 

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