|Title||Love is Like a Violin. A film about community theatre and the Common Stock Theatre Company - ACE060.2|
Traffic. Two elderly women walking. Actors sitting on stage. Older people in park. Traffic. Voices making animal and traffic noises over. Actors performing roles of elderly people, explaining how they spend their time. Audience. Actors dance to busker’s music. Busker introduces the Company, gives the name of the play, No Sheep on the Bush, and explains that it was written after conversations with a number of older people in Hammersmith, and "with those who work with and for them". Director, Chattie Salaman, talking about developing the play with the actors. Improvisation/rehearsal – a couple at home. Other members of the company critique what they’ve seen. Writer talks about research. Salaman explaining their working methods.
|Web address (URL)||https://player.bfi.org.uk/free|