Teenage outcast Maksim lives with his grandmother in a shabby apartment. Trapped in an urban chaos, he gets in more trouble than he can handle. His only retreat is into a private universe that he moulds from plasticine, and out of which springs a final act of reckless courage.Plasticine earned Sigarev the Evening Standard’s Most Promising New Playwright Award.Presented by Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama as part of our Student Drama Season.Recommended for 18+ Contains nudity, swearing and explicit sexual content.In tandem with this studio production, the RSAMD also present Three Sisters in the Main Theatre. Watch video full size on YouTube. Click play to view slideshow or view photos on Flickr.
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A new and unique industry partnership between the RSAMD and the Citizens Theatre.
Scotland’s conservatoire for drama training and one of its most iconic theatre companies have come together to establish a new and ambitious long-term collaboration to provide vocational education and training. As ‘professionals in training’, the final year students are considered emerging artists and Springboards will provide a secure progression route as they move from full time education into the world of work. In its first pilot year, 42 final year students will collaborate with professional directors, designers, actors, stage managers and technicians to create two productions. The collaboration aims to develop a unique model of performance training which will make a significant contribution to Scotland’s creative and technical production skills-base.