WelcomeDamon Lockwood is a professional actor, director and playwright in Western Australia.
Lockwood's play HorseHead opens at La Mama in Melbourne on October 1 and runs until October 12 with Sam Longley and Sean Walsh playing the roles of the wanna-be gangsters who cut off a horse's head to try and get into the mafia. Buy tickets online.
Meanwhile, Lockwood embarks on his next project performing in Laughter on the 23rd Floor for Black Swan State Theatre Company in Western Australia.
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12/08/2014 03:19RT @TheBigHOOHAA: Free Love Impro this Thursday has special guest JAMIE COOKE (UK). Plus @DamoLockwood @NadiaCollins, Ben Sutton & more. 7p…
24/07/2014 09:33@chookio88 Rouse us up an audience and we are there!
24/07/2014 06:57The return of HorseHead! At La Mama for the '14 Melbourne Fringe Festival, first two weeks of October. ...an offer too good to refuse...
May NewsDamon Lockwood, as director, is hitting rehearsals in May for the re-mount (regional tour) of Midsummer (a play with songs). He then continues with rehearsals at Black Swan State Theatre Company (BSSTC), as actor, in Laughter on the 23rd Floor, followed by BSSTC's next show Gasp, which will open in Queensland before coming to Perth. Lockwood Productions is also excited to announce that Horsehead, written by Damon, will be rearing its head once more and hitting Melbourne in October.
...a busy second half of the year! Can't wait.
IHLY New York 2013 ReviewsAudience response in New York was incredible, strong houses, loud laughter, the occasional standing ovation and many wonderfully warm chats in the foyer afterwards! Our reviews have been great and we will be back, take a look below to find links to the reviews:
and this from Hi-Drama:
BARRY LIEBMANN REVIEWS "I (HONESTLY) LOVE YOU"
WRITTEN & DIRECTED by Damon Lockwood
Anybody who thinks that honesty is the most important thing in a relationship should check out "I (Honestly) Love You." Actually, anybody who's ever been on a date, or has a funny bone, should check out this marvelous show. It's premise is delicious: A man and a woman who have a disease that makes them incapable of lying meet and fall in love. We get to watch them on their first date, their first time in bed, and the first time he meets her parents--and its a total hoot. There's even a twist that I won't reveal (because, unlike the characters, I can keep a secret.) The whole show has an air of spontaneity about it , as if it was concocted by an improvisational troupe. That's because there's an occasional breaking down of the fourth wall, audience participation, and fast quips about the characters being in a show. Nonetheless, Paul Goddard and George Gaylor*, as the lovers, play it just straight enough for us to want to see them stay
together. They really do make a charming (if somewhat strange) couple. And they're well supported by Damon Lockwood and Talei Howell-Price playing multiple roles (some in one scene alone.) No lie: I HONESTLY LOVE THIS SHOW.
*Just in case you're wondering George Gaylor is a woman.
So our tour has ended and our team have now all flown home to their respective cities, we hope to do it all again next year with some extra cities added in - it has been an incredibly rewarding and enriching experience. A big thank you to everyone who believed in us and supported us and a massive thank you to the audiences who came and shared their enthusiasm and regard for the show.
IHLY Edinburgh 2013 Reviews"Hilarious, fast tracked romp" 4 stars - Three Weeks
"Sharp script, effortless comedy ability" - The Scotsman
"Hilarious and worth seeing. Honestly" - Broadway Baby
"It's a nicely balanced bit of comedy theatre... a jolly and fun production" - British Theatre Guide
In the top ten Aussie shows to see at Edinburgh Fringe. - Australian UK Times
And this from an audience member who took the time to blog: Brilliant gem of a show, great acting, fun script. Beats a lot of the bigger budget shows.
Award nominations for I (honestly) Love YouI (honestly) Love You was nominated for four Blue Room Awards including Judge's Choice and Member's Choice.
It has also been nominated for two Equity Guild Awards (WA) one of which is Best Play.
HorseHead: Best Play at Roma Fringe FestivalThe Italian production of HorseHead by Cattive Compagnie won Best Play at the Inaugural Roma Fringe Festival 2012. The prize was for them to perform a season with the New York Fringe in August 2013, which they did while Lockwood Productions performed I (honestly) Love You up the road!
Check out their promo material:
Italian HorseHead 1
Italian HorseHead 2