“Taken City” is open!

Want to share that one thing that inspires you so others can see it and take it home with them?

How about in a city miles or oceans away?

Whether it’s your own artwork, or that song lyric that gets you through the day, it’s time to join “Taken City”. Visit our “Projects” page or our Tumblr page for a brief description and to learn how to participate.

Note: Taken City will resume on January 10, when I’m back in London.

“White Hole Noise” Premiere!

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“White Hole Noise” was shown at the Battersea Arts Center, as part of their Homegrown Scratch Night. December 5, 8:30 PM.

It was also be performed at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, as part of the MA Advanced Theatre Practice Scratch & Sniff Night, on Friday, December 12, 2014. Thanks to everyone who came out!

The show is now in development towards being a full-length piece.

For more details, check out our Projects page.

Follow RT on Twitter to keep up with our latest news, and photos from our ongoing projects. @roguetransducer

About Rogue Transducer

Rogue Transducer is a theatre and performance art company, based in London, UK. It strives to engage audiences with questions of identity, perception, and communication. Our productions use various media in unconventional ways, and pursue new paths to accessibility. Rogue Transducer connects audiences to each other and the world in exciting and refreshing ways.

Here’s a few things Rogue Transducer likes to play with:

  • technological globalization tangibly manifested in site-specific work
  • gender and sexuality
  • non-linear time experience
  • sound and noise scapes
  • identity and its politics
  • boundaries of forms of daily communication
  • theatre as gift
  • and more…


All titles, content, media, and descriptions © 2014-2015 Griffyn Gilligan AND © 2014-2015 Rogue Transducer All Rights Reserved. (Unless explicitly stated otherwise.)

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