Award winning Second Skin Theatre have been thrilling audiences and critics alike since 2007 when it burst onto the scene with William Whitehurst’s acclaimed and controversial ‘Pigeon Man Apocalypse’ which premiered at the Edinburgh Festival and went on to tour the US.
Since then the company have produced over fifteen productions, each distinguishable by their uncompromising nature and challenging material.
In 2012, following their award winning UK premiere production of Mario Vargas Llosa’s ‘La Chunga’ (Best Director, 2012, Fringe Report), Mr. Llosa became the company patron and Second Skin Theatre founders Andy McQuade and Nika Khitrova relocated to Los Angeles where plans are underway for the company’s US relaunching.
Andy McQuade is now currently accepting applications for an intensive masterclass tuition program that covers areas of performance art ignored by mainstream teaching. For more information on how to apply and audition click HERE.
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