- The Knight of the Burning Pestle
Combining salty colloquial prose with charming songs, The Knight of the Burning Pestle was one of the first madcap, mash-up, screwball comedies to hit the English stage and the first to run not one but two plays within-the-play simultaneously.role:
Pauline McLynnwebsite: http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/theatre/whats-on/
- Victor Frankenstein
You know this story: a monstrous experiment becomes terrifyingly real.
Well, Victorís got a record to set straight. And itís amazing what can happen in a room full of strangers hearing a story for the first time.
You havenít known the story told like this.role:
The King's Arms, Salfordbox office number:
The King's Arms, Salfordlx designer:
Fiona Paul - Victor
Joe Bateman - Actor
Amy Du Quesne - Hecklerwebsite: http://kingsarmssalford.com/details.php?show_id=12
- Caucasian Chalk Circle
A final year production for East15 World Performance degree students, CCC uses elements of central Asian cultures (music, sounds, songs and dances) to create a world away from Western practices, and bring out Brecht's political narrative of social utopia against individualistic behaviour.
location: Clifftown Theatre Southend on Sea
designer: Carlos Morales
cast: Final year students from East15 University of Essex
- Dancing at Lughnasa
Guest director Miranda Cromwell sparks a collaboration with the College of Charleston and the Bristol Old Vic.
Set in County Donegal, Ireland, in 1936, this darkly humorous and passionate playĖ is the story of the five Mundy sisters told through the memories of Michael, the love child of one of the sisters.role:
Simmons Centre, USAauthor:
Charlie Calvertlx designer:
20-25th of Februarywebsite: http://vimeo.com/89723823
- BAZAAR & WOLF KISSES-DOUBLE BILL
Complimenting Spanish Golden Age Season at the Arcola theatre, Skeptikal Productions produced a double bill of contemporary Spanish Plays, which I directed.
author: David Planell and Paloma Pedrero
producer: Skeptikal Productions
designer: MARIA KALAMARA
lx designer: Rob Youngson
performances: 16th February to 9th March 2014, 16.00 & 18.30
cast: Katerina Watson, Jon Millington, Angus King, Patrick Holt Chris Neels, Matija Vlatkovitc, Pehzmaan Alinia
- Richard the Second
An all-female production of Richard the Second.
location: Stanwix Theatre, Carlisle
author: William Shakespeare
producer: Stanwix Theatre, Carlisle
- L'elisir d'amore
Rural, comic, exuberant, and full of sunlight and song, Líelisir díamore is a story about love and folly in the midst of difficult times.
Led by internationally renowned conductor Imre Pallo and director Jennifer Bakst, this warm and comic opera opens on Valentine's Day at the Fine Arts Theatre in Georgia, USA.
location: Fine Arts Theatre
box office number: 706-542-4400
author: Gaetano Donizetti
producer: Frederick Burchinal
designer: Jill Biskin
lx designer: Mark Stater
cast: Joseph Brent, Elizabeth Slaten, Christopher Voss, Evan Tyor, Avery Draut
- Roll Credits
"There's something about your eyes that makes me think of films whenever I think of you." Roll Credits is about a break-up. It's about films and storytelling. An argument, with idealism in one corner and realism in the other.role:
Rich Mixbox office number:
How It Endedlx designer:
erformed by Lucy Cudden and Sean McConaghywebsite: www.howitendedproductions.com
- From an Unknown Soldier
Rehearsed reading as part of the ideastap takeoverrole:
Rich Mixbox office number:
020 7613 7498author:
Ben Warwick, Paula James, Kayleigh Hawkins, Mark White, Jack Fairieswebsite: http://www.richmix.org.uk/
- Mint Leaves
Part of the One Hand Applauding Festival
In an ongoing war between neighbours, Gregory Lowe wins a battle that compels Mrs. Evans to interfere on a more personal level. In the fallout they both learn a little more about, each other, their families and themselves.
location: Hen and Chicken's
author: Tilly Lunken
producer: Tilly Lunken
designer: Kuba Drewa
lx designer: Kuba Drewa
cast: Brian Eastty, Tony Parkin, Fern Mcauley, Joan Plunkett
- The Vagina Monologues
Vday Bristol 2014
location: Bierkeller Theatre
producer: Lau Lear
- the Hard Man
The story of Jimmy Boyle growing up in Glasgow
role: Associate Director
location: The Finborough Theatre
- Spring and Port Wine
Part of the Mashed Up North Season.
Revolution begins at home. SPRING AND PORT WINE is a comedy about the attempts of a traditional father to manage his family, only to face revolution over an uneaten herring.
This production moved the action from its original setting in post-war Bolton to post-communist Romania
location: King's Arms Theatre
author: Bill Naughton
producer: Northern Outlet Theatre Company
designer: Kayleigh Joy Black
lx designer: Aaron J Dootson
cast: Joan McGee, Mary Gerardine Hooton, CŠtia Perry, Chris Blinkhorn, Adam Bolton, Lily Shepherd, Derek Hicks, Adam Vinten
- Superior Donuts
Assistant Director to Ned Bennett on the UK Premiere of Tracy Letts' Superior Donuts
role: Assistant Director
location: Southwark Playhouse Little
author: Tracy Letts
producer: The Trick and Sarah Stribley Productions
- 0% Interest
Short piece that formed part of Theatre503's 'Rapid Write Response' programme. This was in response to their production of 'A World Elsewhere'. The piece was turned around in 1 week from receiving the script.
author: Rosi Croom
cast: Roslyn Paterson, Jodie Hay
- The Installation
A promenade series of new writing in and around London's Hide Gallery
location: Hide Gallery
- Blood Wedding
A movement-led adaptation of Lorca's Blood Wedding translated by Tanya Ronder.
role: Assistant Director
location: Courtyard Theatre
★★★★★ The Times
★★★★★ Evening Standard
★★★★★ Stage Talk
★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★ The Guardian
offie nominated for Best Director, Best Play, Best Male Actor, Best Female Actor
location: Arcola and tour
author: Barney Norris
producer: Up in Arms
designer: Francesca Reidy
lx designer: Simon Gethin Thomas
cast: Linda Bassett
- Doctor Faustus
A one man adaptation of Marlowe's infamous legend.
A man, sealed within an underground bunker explores his vanity, narcissism and fatal curiosity.
Hell, rather than flames and devils, becomes a personal hell where a man confronts his personal demons and pays the price for his vanity.
location: Rose Theatre
author: Christopher Marlowe
designer: Martin Parr
cast: Christopher Staines
- Sizwe Banzi is Dead
Itís 1972 South Africa and Sizwe Banziís passbook gives him just three days to find work. That was four days ago.
When Sizwe stumbles across a dead body's passbook, he asks himself Ė does his identity card really define who he is? Could he relinquish his name in order to survive?role:
Young Vic (Maria)box office number:
020 7922 2922author:
Athol Fugard, John Kani & Winston Ntshonaproducer:
Young Vic / Eclipse Theatredesigner:
Hyemi Shinlx designer:
Tonderai Munyevu and Sibusiso Mambawebsite: http://www.youngvic.org/whats-on/sizwe-banzi-is-de
- 'August: Osage County'
August: Osage County invites you in to the home of a man who was suffocated by a web of endless conflict, affair, drug and alcohol abuse, inappropriate relations and an abundance of characters with no care for social etiquette.
location: The Northcott Theatre (Exeter)
author: Tracy Letts
- Almost Maine
Almost Maine as performed with a cast of 19
location: SEMO, Kursk
box office number: 573-652-6625
author: Jon Ciarin
designer: Matthew Buttrey
lx designer: Travis Richardson
- In Skagway
In Skagway, a tale of the desires and loyalties of women in an American wilderness, is a compelling and lyrical first play by Irish writer Karen Ardiff.role:
KR Productions / Emily Slackdesigner:
Kathy Rose O'Brien
Natasha Starkeywebsite: http://www.arcolatheatre.com/production/arcola/in-
- How to be Immortal
Three true tales intertwine in this intimate, bold and funny show about love, science, death and immortality. With live music.role:
Director and Dramaturgelocation:
Albany, Soho and touringauthor:
Penny Dreadful Productionsdesigner:
Angela Simpsonlx designer:
Anna Helena McLean, John McKeever and Clare Perkinswebsite: http://www.pennydreadfultheatre.com/#!tour-dates/c
- Lily (as part of 503 Futures)
A night of four excerpts of new plays written by our four 503 Futures writers. Lily is missing, but her dad can't keep his head. The police aren't doing enough to help, and when he sees a name on one of the copper's notepads, he takes matters into his own hands...
box office number: 0207 978 7040
author: Jay Taylor
cast: Robert Boulter, Greg Patmore
- The Domino Heart
Matthew Edison's Dora Award nominated play exploring domino heart transplant surgeries.
role: Assistant Director/Dialect Coach
- 2:1 at Rich Mix
2:1 uses real stories to depict the journey of Alex and Alex as they embark into the battlefield known as the arts industry. Through merging dance and theatre 2:1 is a tale of power, choice, representation, gender and the gaze. Supported by Arts Council England and London Hub.role:
Co-Director and Choreographerlocation:
Rich Mix Theatrebox office number:
020 7613 7498author:
Rachael Nanyonjo & The London Hubdesigner:
Natalie Jacksonlx designer:
Janina Smithwebsite: www.richmix.org.uk/whats-on/event/theatre-21/
- Penelope Retold
Retelling of The Odyssey - a one woman show
location: Derby Theatre
- Still I See My Baby
A short stint at Theatre503 as part of a double bill with Happiness by Danny Whitehead.
The play is currently being translated for production in Paris in 2015.
author: Dan Horrigan
producer: Sky or the Bird
designer: J William Davis
lx designer: Phil Spencer Hunter
cast: Sonny Beckett, Max Saunders Singer, Ali Kemp, Antonia Davis, Gareth Radcliffe.
- Anti Valentine
A festival of performance.
role: Producer & Director