Molly Orange Street Theatre is an emerging company that plays with physical performance and design to tell stories on the street
Molly Orange is her favourite colour of paint. Having trained as a set designer in the north of England, Lucy Frost decided to put down her paintbrush (mostly) and began touring with hit Artizani’s hit performance Desert Island Discs as a performing technician. It turns out the performing bit appealed far more than the technician, and Molly Orange was formed in 2009 for which Lucy was named a ‘bright young thing in outdoor performance’ by Total Theatre. She began working with acro-partner-in-crime Owen Gaynor in 2011 and has never looked back.
Hobbies include playing klezmer fiddle and musical saw.