Drawing the Line is an interactive theatre experience combining storytelling, gaming and group decision-making. The line divides the audience into two rival nations. Each side will determine how their nation grows.
You can sit back and enjoy as the story unfolds, or you can wave flags, build cities, sing the national anthem, even defend your nation on the battlefield. All interaction is voluntary, and whatever you decide to do, you will be a celebrated citizen of your world.
Oh, and one last thing. Only one nation gets to survive.
The riotous follow up to the multi-award winning Standard:Elite.
Here is some information about our brilliant cast.
Nisa Cole Television credits include Vera (ITV1) and Waterloo Road ( BBC). Theatre credits include Warhorse (National Theatre UK & Ireland Tour) and Much Ado About Nothing (Hackney Empire).
Elliot Hughes is Hidden Track’s Artistic Director. He’s writer, performer and theatre maker; creating work with an unashamedly working-class voice, informed by a childhood running away from bailiffs with a single mother on the poverty line. Elliot is and has written and produced all of Hidden Track’s shows to date.
Steph Reynolds is a performer and maker with a passion for interactive performance and utilising non-traditional theatre spaces. Recent work includes Voices From The Moon (Public Burning Theatre for Hidden Door Festival) and site specific piece Live at Lyme (Mark Croasdale and Waterside Arts Centre).