Tinted 2020

Tinted offers a valuable and necessary window into these lived experiences, highlighting especially the problematic nature of consent in this context. I genuinely hope this piece continues to grow and has the future life it deserves.”

Ellen Burgin for The Awkward Corner
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Tinted is a revolutionary one woman monologue addressing the #metoo movement from the perspective of a woman living with a visual impairment. Written by Amy Bethan Evans, it ran for a week at the Vaults Festival in 2020.

Staged as accessibly as possible and written by disabled playwright Amy Bethan Evans (Libby’s Eyes, BBC Access Room, Kudos Fellowship shortlist and producer of Access Platform) Tinted is the debut full-length monologue from Scripped Up, championing D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent writers.

“Director Elske Waite shows a high level of control over the play’s various timelines, pushing the emotional strength of the play at just the right moments.”

Alexandra Wilbraham for A Younger Theatre
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Tinted started as short play called To Be My Eyes, commissioned by Theatre 503 as part of The Words are Coming Now. The full length version was commissioned by Extant for their slot at the 2018 Bloomsbury festival. In these versions, it was directed by Ailin Conant.

“cracks open the lid of life with an impairment with honesty and humour”

Phoebe Cole for A Spy in the Stalls
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