Incognito first burst onto the fringe scene in 2014 with their adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's "Government Inspector". A slick visual feast of unashamed silliness, Incognito enjoyed much critical acclaim for this debut show... one that they hope to one day reprise.
Incognito's second show was an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's "Dorian Gray", written and directed by Anna Simpson. The show enjoyed a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe festival in 2015.
All quiet on the western front
Incognito's most recent production, an adaptation of Erich Remarque's harrowing novel, "All Quiet On The Western Front" represented a step away from comedy for the company and a first time working with director, Roberta Zuric and assistant director, ollie Norton-smith. After a complete sell-out run at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe festival and a subsequent New York transfer to the Soho Playhouse, Manhattan Incognito reprised the show for the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe, enjoying much critical acclaim.