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"Love Kills" performances at The Chelsea Theatre

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“LOVE KILLS” at Chelsea Theatre

Directed by Cradeaux Alexander

TUESDAY 29th and WEDNESDAY 30th July @ 19:30 Tel: 020 7352 1967

CAST: Cradeaux Alexander, Filipa Guimarães, Roberto Leo, Melody Reynolds

As part of Fresh Blood Series at Chelsea Theatre, “Love Kills” takes Rainer Fassbinder’s “The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant” as its starting point, and fashions a fresh play of ambition, power struggles, sexual revolutions and catastrophic romantic love. Character and narrative structure are re-examined; moving video image interplays with live performance; song and gender swaps run riot. “Love Kills” is supported by an Arts Grant from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. 

Cradeaux Alexander’s performance work has been exhibited internationally, from New York to London to Tokyo. He is a Fine Art graduate of the Royal College of Art and Chelsea College of Art, and studied theatre at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York. He is the Artistic Director of LUXE, a UK-registered theatre charity.



TWITTER:             @lovekillsLDN

REVIEWS FOR CRADEAUX ALEXANDER (for “Vengeance, Bloodlust & Afternoon Tea …” at Theatro Technis):

“Each extraordinary text is met with the equally extraordinary talents of the cast and director.

Cradeaux Alexander is simply stunning as both Jason and Medea in Medeamaterial.”

-Emma Whitelaw, Indie London

“Vengeance, Bloodlust and Afternoon Tea” is a lavishly sexy creation. It is by far the least mainstream production I have seen this year. Worth supporting if you want a more intimate and challenging theatrical experience.”

-Peter Brown, London Theatre Archive



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