A short behind the scenes film from the FKA twigs / Theo Adams directed 'Magdalene' tour shot by by Josh G for Apple
Theo Adams Company is proud to premiere our new film project ‘Dream Like The Stars’
DREAM LIKE THE STARS — A Theo Adams Company Production | PREMIERED TODAY ON DAZED BEAUTY
'Dream Like The Stars' is an 'exciting' talent showcase of Tasmania's stars of tomorrow featuring acts both local, national and from the rest of the Asia Pacific region.
Presented by the legend of the Tassie arts and entertainment world, Helen Noir and starring our in house dancers, Anna, Sarah, Nando and Sophia better known as TAC, this weekly entertainment spectacular is filmed 'live' at the Tasmanian Public Access TV Service's 'state of the art' studios in Hobart's glittering CBD.
“A stage show so brilliant it should run in the West End forever” NME
PRESS REVIEWS FOR MAGDALENE:
NME (UK) | MTV | THE FACE | VARIETY | ROLLING STONE | NME (US) | THE GUARDIAN | PAPER MAGAZINE | BILLBOARD | ARTFORUM | THE OBSERVER | THE TELEGRAPH | THE EVENING STANDARD | FLAUNT | THE FADER | RESIDENT ADVISOR | VOGUE | DAZED
FKA twigs | Cellophane, Live at The Wallace Collection
Performance directed by Theo Adams
MAGDALENE : World Tour
Directed by Theo Adams & FKA twigs
Los Angeles, Palace Theatre, May 7-8
New York, Park Avenue Armory, May 11-12
Berlin, Admiralpalast, May 24
London, Alexandra Palace, May 28
Barcelona, Primavera Sound, May 30
Paris, We Love Green, June 1
Sydney, Carriageworks, June 9
Hobart, Dark Mofo at Mac 2, June 14
Brooklyn, Afropunk, August 25
Atlanta, Afropunk, October 12
Theo Adams Company staged Charles Jeffrey's AW19 show at the historic Wapping Power Station as part of London Fashion Week Mens.
“Our Favourite Moments from the London Men’s Shows: Performance took centre stage, fashion and theatre merged in a show directed by Theo Adams. Models ran, skipped and jumped down the runway, splashed around in baths filled with paper and slung red feathers from above – creating a scene that paid homage to the nightclubs of the Weimar Republic and the ‘Lost Boys’ of Peter Pan. It was a vision of hedonism, yes, but there was a subtext too: “An opposition to a rumbling sense of global unfairness lies beneath this show,” the designer wrote in his show notes.” AnOther Magazine
“Outside in the freezing cold there was a man with slicked-back hair intently playing an out of tune piano, while crackling braziers lit the audience’s way into a dilapidated power station. That was the welcome to the cabaret the designer was about to lay on inside—a piece of theater with rackety, be-feathered, ball-gowned, and tartan-suited characters sprung from Berlin nightclubs in the ’20s, and Peter Pan.
There were crashed chandeliers, an Edwardian bathtub filled with torn-out book pages, a stack of old mattresses, a festooned dressing table like something out of Sally Bowles’s bedroom. A fully clothed couple of naifs jumped into the bath and started play-fighting with the pages. Someone in a red-orange crinolined, raw-edged dress swept by in a hat made from a twist of old beaded tapestry and a towering ostrich feather. A tattered flapper posed in a nude tulle embroidered dress, face masked by a wonky crystal waterfall. Childlike “Lost Boys” wandered past in tied-tight hoodies with teddy bear ears. Someone sported a tartan stuffed-toy fox as a stole.
It was a place where Jeffrey somehow made decadence and innocence happily coexist in a fizzily sincere atmosphere of showing off. “ American Vogue
TAC Team : Director - Theo Adams | Musical Director - Jordan Hunt | Choreography - Jordan Robson | & Starring - Nando Messias
Photography by Rowben Lantion
NOWNESS have brought together some of their favourite dancers, musicians, movers, and shakers to share their genre-breaking powers in a new series of capsule performances directed by NOWNESS' own creative director Bunny Kinney.
“A handful of performers from the anarchic Theo Adams Company—a London-based collective of artists, dancers, designers and all manner of mavericks and misfits—participate in an ensemble elegy in this exclusive live rehearsal captured on camera.”
TAC Rehearsal: 874
PERFORMERS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER: THEO ADAMS | SOPHIA BROWN | JORDAN HUNT | MONIQUE JONAS | ANNA LEWENHAUPT | YEN-CHING LIN | NANDO MESSIAS | SARAH MOORE | HELEN NOIR
All clothes from Theo Adams Company Costume Archive, Repetto Paris & The Arc London
Theo Adams has directed a new video for Jordan Hunt's (Theo Adams Company's Musical Director) new single 'I Once Cared'. Taken from his debut EP 'Long Lost'
The first instalment of Theo Adams Company’s ‘Slow Curtain... The End’ -a series of filmed performative episodes shot in one take.
A Theo Adams Company Production
Director: Theo Adams | 1st AD: Sam Williams | DOP: Paul Bates | Gaffer: Ryan Monteith | 2nd Unit Camera: Ben Streek & Jon Scott | B Roll: Sam Kilcoyne | Editor: Sam Williams | Post Production: Ryan Dzierzek | Colour Grading: Oisín O’Driscoll at The Mill
Production Design: David White | Set: Alice Kirkpatrick & Danny Hyland | Makeup: Isamaya Ffrench | Hair: Soichi Inagaki | Styling: Nick Royal
Production: Jenny Law, Marius Rocholl, Chris Murdoch | Special Thanks to: Hannah Bellil and Hannah May at Prettybird UK
Theo Adams Company presented a new theatrical production 'There is no Failure', featuring a cast of 30 dancers, performers, singers and musicians created especially for the MAC Cosmetics and Loverboy happening at 180 Strand, London on the 19th of July.