Found Reality Choreographic Theatre
About us

     Our Shows:
Black and Blue

Cabaret of Pain

The Mayakovsky Project

Soft Murders:
    2 P's no Pod
     soft murders
     (Edinburgh reviews)

The Public (Lorca)

Embracing Barbarians

Someone Else's Rainbow

The Holocaust Trilogy:
   Dead Woman on Holiday
   The Dybbuk




Contact us



Sam Boardman-Jacobs
is celebrating his fiftieth year of working in the theatre as an internationally acclaimed Writer, Designer and Director.
He recently  retrained as a Choreographer ( in spite  of 15 heart attacks, major surgery and the onset of serious  physical Disability) 

Sam gained a place at Europe's most prestigious Dance Training Academy - 
THE LABAN INSTITUTE, LONDON, where he  received  his Masters Degree in Choreography 

Despite being 66 he considers himself to be  the 'youngest' new  Choreographer in the business.

* * * * reviews
Soft Murders
at Edinburgh Fringe
soft murders,
featuring a talented mix of Disabled and non-Disabled performers as well as a Disabled Choreographer, was Sam's first full-length Dance-theatre work.

is a writer and composer who has been involved in music  theatre for a number of years. particularly in the composition of issue-led  projects involving young people .
He is now the music director of Found Reality Theatre, where he works in close collaboration with Sam Boardman-Jacobs to find new ways of using music and music-making for their dance theatre projects.