OCEAN MAGIC ENTERTAINMENT



 
 

Ocean Magic Entertainment presents

THE HORSE-DEALER'S DAUGHTER

A romantic drama about the power of love to cure depression.

This new play by Jeremy Robinson was inspired by a short story by D.H. Lawrence (The Horse-Dealer’s Daughter). Set in 1916, a doctor saves a young woman from drowning in a lake, culminating in a classic Lawrencean scene of the rebirth of the body and the soul through the healing power of love.

Running time 1 hr 15 min.
 

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Showing in London and Chatham, Kent
 
 

Wednesday, April 12, 2006. 7.45 p.m.

Tickets £8 / £6 concs

Brook Theatre

Old Town Hall, The Brook, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4SE.
Box office 01634 338338. Email: boxoffice@medway.gov.uk

Free drama workshop with the cast of the show at the Brook Theatre, Chatham, on Friday, April 14, 2006, 2 - 4 p.m. (for ticket holders).
 

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Tuesday, May 9, 2006 - Sunday, May 14, 2006.

Performances: 8.30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday. 5.30 p.m. on Sunday.

Tickets £10 / £8 concs

White Bear Theatre

138, Kennington Park Road, London, SE11.
Two minutes from Kennington tube (Northern Line, one stop from Waterloo). Buses 133, 159.
Box office 02077939193. www.ticketweb.co.uk.

Ocean Magic info. Web: www.crescentmoon.org.uk/om.
Email: oceanmagicent@yahoo.co.uk. Tel: 01622729593.
 


 



 
 

R I T U A L  M A G I C

Images from Ritual Magic, a contemporary supernatural thriller starring Simone Kaye, Annameka Porter-Sinclair and Brian Douglas, currently in post-production.
 



 
 
 

Ocean Magic Entertainment is currently in production on a new play, Art School, a romantic comedy set in a London art college, written and directed by Jeremy Robinson.

Auditions are being held for this show in Chatham, Kent, and London. Details below:
 
 



A R T  S C H O O L

AUDITIONS FOR A NEW PLAY

A romantic comedy set in art school in London. A fast-paced, light-hearted comedy in a contemporary setting. A new play by Jeremy Robinson. It will be performed at the Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone, Kent, and the Brook Theatre, Chatham, Kent, in April and May, 2006.
 

CAST REQUIRED

Two young leads, male & female, early 20s. (Partial nudity req'd for both leads).
The leads' friends, early 20s. One male (a comic sidekick), one female.
Young students, late teens/ early 20s.
Lecturers: 30s and 40s, various.
College principal, male, 50s.
Probation officer, male, 50s.
Mother of the lead, 40s/ 50s.
An old painter, male, 60s.
A rich, sophisticated art dealer, male, 40s-60s.

Other parts will be played by the cast, including detectives, cops, secretaries, medics, guards, etc.
This is a profit share show.
 

AUDITIONS

You can prepare your own short piece (comedy if possible), or read from the script. Please bring a photo and CV.

Venue for auditions: Brook Theatre, Old Town Hall, The Brook, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4SE. Tel: 01634338338 (box office). (1/2 mile North of Chatham train station; 200 yds from Chatham's Pentagon bus station).
 

Contact: Jeremy Robinson, Ocean Magic Entertainment, P.O. Box 393, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 5XU, U.K.
Tel: 01622-729593 or 07790130721.
E-mail: <oceanmagicent@yahoo.co.uk> <jejrobinson@netscape.net>
 


TELEVISION ARTS DOCUMENTARIES




Ocean Magic Entertainment has produced a series of arts documentaries, available on DVD and video.

Each DVD features research and resource information, and libraries of images.
 
 

LAND ART

A TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY

 
 

This new documentary explores the fascinating world of land and environmental art, an increasingly popular area of contemporary art.

For the land artist, the whole planet is an artist’s studio. The land artist ranges over the whole globe. A desert, a beach, a field, a forest becomes a studio, a place of creative activity. Land art is a world of  towers and tunnels, stars and scars, pools and pipes, circles and chasms, maps and mazes, stones and cones.
This documentary explores all of the major land, environmental and earthwork artists of the past 40 years, including James Turrell and his vast volcano site in Arizona, Michael Heizer’s Nevada desert structures, Robert Smithson and his giant spiral, entropic earthworks, Christo’s wrapped buildings and islands, Robert Morris’s environments, Walter de Maria’s Romantic Lightning Field, Hamish Fulton’s walks and words, Richard Long and his art of walking, Andy Goldsworthy’s natural, spontaneous sculptures, Alice Aycock’s mysterious underground mazes, Mary Miss’s sunken pools and pavilions, and Nancy Holt and her observatory sculptures.

This is the only TV documentary of its kind available on DVD and video.
 

EXTRAS

Resources (further reading; complete bibliography of land art (on DVD-ROM); and weblinks).
Photo library of land artworks.
 

60 minutes.   PAL and NTSC.   Colour.    DVD.   Multi-region.    VHS video.   Stereo.   E (Exempt from classification)

Directed by Jeremy Robinson. Presented by Siena Lloyd.

Producer: Ocean Magic Entertainment. Publisher: Crescent Moon Publishing.

No. 001   ISBN 1-86171-082-8   £15.00 / $24.50
 


ANDY GOLDSWORTHY

 
 

Andy Goldsworthy makes land art. His sculpture is a sensitive, intuitive response to nature, light, time, growth, the seasons and the earth. Goldsworthy’s environmental art is becoming ever more popular: his art books are bestsellers; he has exhibited around the world; important and recent exhibitions include the Sheepfolds project; the Washington installation (2005); Passage (2004); the New York Holocaust memorial (2003); and a collaboration on a dance performance.

This video documentary surveys every aspect of Andy Goldsworthy’s art, and all of his major works. It also discusses his relation with other land artists such as Robert Smithson, Walter de Maria, Richard Long and David Nash, and his place in the contemporary art scene in the UK.

This is the only TV documentary of its kind available on DVD and video.
 

EXTRAS

Resources: further reading; complete bibliography of Andy Goldsworthy, and life and work (on DVD-ROM); and weblinks.
Photo library of land artworks.
Extra footage.
 

55 minutes.   PAL and NTSC.   Colour.    DVD.   Multi-region.    VHS video.   Stereo.   E (Exempt from classification)

Directed by Jeremy Robinson.

Producer: Ocean Magic Entertainment.   Publisher: Crescent Moon Publishing.

No. 002   ISBN 1-86171-083-6   £15.00 / $24.50
 



RICHARD LONG

 
 

Richard Long goes on walks and the result is art. He makes circles out of stone, slate and sticks. He splashes mud on gallery walls. He produces text pieces in a personal, poetic shorthand. He is perhaps Britain’s most successful ‘nature’ or ‘land’ artist and sculptor, with an international reputation.
Richard Long’s work is founded on the art of walking, and on walking as art. His walks become 'artwalks', artwalks which become artworks. For Richard Long, (art)walking is (art)working. As he walks he works.
Born in 1945, Long made his first important walk-work, A Line Made By Walking, in 1967. Like most land artists, Long makes indoor (gallery) works and outdoor works. Long's has had one-man shows at most of the major galleries around the globe.  In 1987 he won the Turner Prize. Critics either love him or (like Peter Fuller) hate him.

This is the only TV documentary of its kind available on DVD and video.
 

EXTRAS

Resources (further reading; complete bibliography of Richard Long (on DVD-ROM); and weblinks).
Photo library of land artworks.

60 minutes.   PAL and NTSC.   Colour.    DVD.   Multi-region.    VHS video.   Stereo.   E (Exempt from classification)

Directed by Jeremy Robinson.

Producer: Ocean Magic Entertainment.   Publisher: Crescent Moon Publishing.

ISBN 1-86171-084-4   £15.00 / $24.50
 



 

ART DOCUMENTARIES

Forthcoming: Steven Spielberg.
 
 

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