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Photo Gallery | Anything That Gives Off Light in rehearsal

Every light casts a shadow; every fire ends in dust...

Brooklyn-based ensemble The TEAM and the National Theatre of Scotland have gone into rehearsals in London for their new co-production Anything That Gives Off Light.

Created through a collaborative theatre making process, the play follows a trio of road-trippers, lurching from the past to the present, defying the logic of time and space, from the Highlands to the Appalachian Mountains, from Scottish Enlightenment Thinkers to American Settlers.

Anything That Gives Off Light has its world premiere on 16 August at the International Festival.

Check out the brand new rehearsal shots below! 

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Director Rachel Chavkin discusses a scene with actors Brian Ferguson and Sandy Grierson

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Actor Sandy Grierson in the rehearsal studio

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Actor Brian Ferguson in the rehearsal studio

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Actor Jessica Almasy in the rehearsal studio

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Director Rachel Chavkin observing a scene

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Actors Sandy Grierson, Brian Ferguson and Jessica Almasy rehearsing a scene

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Actors Brian Ferguson and Sandy Grierson rehearsing a scene

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Actor Sandy Grierson in rehearsal 


Read more about the production and book your tickets

Photos by Manuel Harlan

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