Julie Jensen's Two-Headed, produced by MyLovely Productions and executive produced by Molton Studios, is coming to the Rose Bankside for July after a successful run at the Brighton Fringe Festival 2012.
Two-Headed sees two women, Lavinia and Hettie, face challenges such as polygamy, betrayal and intolerance in the male dominated Mormon community of 19th century Utah. Julie Jensen has had a long, successful career, winning many awards including the Kennedy Center Award for New American Plays for White Money, the LA Weekly Award for Best New Play for Two-Headed and won the Mill Mountain Theatre Playwriting Competition three times. Jensen herself will be coming over to see this production of her play at the Rose - as a lover of historical venues, she felt this was an opportunity she couldn't miss!
MyLovely Productions and Molton Studios are delighted to be working together on this project. MyLovely Productions an artistic venture set up by two exceptional women, Liz McMullen and Noor Lawson, both trained actresses whose love of the theatre drove them to become producers as well as actresses. Molton Studios is particularly excited to be working with this young company - as an organisation that makes commercial sense out of the world of arts, they seek to work with creative and talented people, giving them the commercial and structural support needed to help make their projects viable. They work across the arts and in many different capacities, but their objective is about enabling artist and projects to become successful not only in their field but also financially.
With a strong team (including acclaimed director Amy Bonsall), MyLovely Productions and Molton Studios look forward to presenting this exciting play in London at the Rose Bankside - the first contemporary play to be performed at the venue, which has an exciting history as one of London's first theatres, and can be found on the South Bank (close to the Globe).