Young Company Member Eve Hibbert talks about the third part of TEN

Young Company Member Eve Hibbert talks about the third part of TEN

Young Company member Eve Hibbert talks about the third part of TEN written by Lydia Marchant set in 2011.

I believe that the 2011 play demonstrates how seemingly separate experiences of young people can build up to a frenzied and chaotic whole.

By use of ensemble, this play shows what happens when people lose control, break the rules and their anger turns physical. Whereas the use of individual stories, show how small moments of frustration can lead to a larger scale uproar and even rioting.

My character Isabella is hopefully someone the audience will sympathise with then realise how easy it would be to become a part of the riots. I feel like this brings a sense of depth and complexity to the play as a whole, creating an interesting and captivating performance about the morals of ordinary people when given the chance to discard the law and societal standards.