Spring Forward  
Tituba

by Winsome Pinnock

Directed by Anna Lindén

Tuesday 28 February - Saturday 4 March, 2023

At the Tower Theatre, Stoke Newington

One of five plays performed together as part of Spring Forward - a collection of short plays directed by members of the Tower's New Directors' scheme.

Photography by Robert Piwko

Cast List

Tituba : Faith Martin Abongo

Production Team

Director : Anna Lindén
Costume Design : Anna Lindén
Sound Design: Ruth Sullivan

 

For Spring Forward

Producer: Angharad Ormond
Set Design: Angharad Ormond with Jude Chalk
Lighting Design: Alexander Kampmann

Stage Managers: Ragan Keefer and Jack Pattison
Lighting Operator: Eleanor Albu or Andrew Davis
Sound Operator: Kaushal Ginige
Set Construction and Rigging: Phillip Ley, Keith Syrett, Paul Graves, Laurence Tuerk and members of the company
Fight Director: Richard Kirby



Faith Martin Abongo
Faith Martin Abongo joined the Tower in the earlier part of 2022 and this will be her first stage appearance with the company. She has recently featured in several small roles with popular screen productions.
  Anna Lindén
Anna Lindén is an artist, director and writer working across moving image, photography, and theatre. Her approach to directing is fluid, with an emphasis on physical embodiment, visual opulence and immersive world-building. She joined the Tower Theatre in 2022 and has so far worked as an assistant director and costume designer for Ghost Stories and Our Country’s Good. Tituba will be her theatrical debut as a director and she is excited to explore the play’s rich themes of injustice, truth, and resistance. Her first short film Dreaming the Eye’s Separation was part of the award-winning Made Film History Project in 2021. The film was originally screened at Glasgow Film Festival and will be shown at Whirled Cinema later this year. Anna has written two short films and is currently exploring playwriting with the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, with a focus on creative dramaturgy, whilst also completing her studies of screenwriting at Birkbeck. She is particularly passionate about writing that gives space to complex female characters, which is what drew her to Winsome Pinnock’s work.