FINAL EPISODE OF THE VICKY VOX PROJECT NOW AVAILABLE WITH GUEST APPEARANCE FROM RAVEN-SYMONÉ

The final episode of New Frame Productions’ 6-part heightened reality web-series The Vicky Vox Project is now available to watch via the New Frame Productions YouTube Channel, with a guest appearance from That’s So Raven star Raven-Symoné. The episode also features Legends of Tomorrow actress Amy Louise Pemberton and a return appearance by Renée Lamb.

Following on from the events of Episode 5: It is six weeks later and with no show to rehearse for, Vicky is spending her days doing her card readings online. Today, new client Melissa is desperately searching for clarity regarding her marriage and with the session running over, Vicky is keen to cut loose. It all seems like another normal day on zoom until a surprise appearance literally changes everything…

Robin Rayner and James Quaife said today, “Having created the opportunity to take what originally would have been a live performance and transform it into something equally as special and entertaining has been an enriching and exciting experience. Collaborating with artists from all across the world who have brought their talent, commitment and passion for the arts to the project is incredibly rewarding. We have been fortunate to work with some incredible people on The Vicky Vox Project and to complete our first season with a guest appearance by the iconic Raven-Symoné is something quite extraordinary. We are proud that this series has brought joy to so many during such a turbulent time.”

This heightened reality web-series was inspired by a love of live performance, a passion for drag and queer culture and the dilemma we all find ourselves in with Miss Rona. It offers some insight into the creative process of making a show during a pandemic, with a drag queen, across multiple time zones and explores the artistic vision, design concepts and music creation all while celebrating Vicky’s sentiment that “When the world goes to sh*t, sometimes you gotta celebrate a little harder.”

Filmed remotely, in isolation, predominantly in the US and produced, directed and edited in the UK, the web-series is available via New Frame Productions YouTube channel with a live show planned for later in 2021. The series also features Sir Derek Jacobi, Renée Lamb, Detox, Mayhem Miller, Meatball, Vinegar Strokes, Richard Clifford, Cindy Lin, Paul Michael Gibbs and Chris Poon.

 

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Kath is an actor, singer and writer with a passion for theatre. She has been reviewing for At The Theatre since 2014. Kath has a Masters in Performance at Liverpool Hope University and is Creative Engagement Worker for B arts, a participatory arts organisation.

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