THEATRE:

The Word Garden in Action

Script-writing: a selection

  • Voices Carry, script adaptation and direction of Paul Joseph’s article on passive resistance during political struggles in South Africa, at the Babylon Gallery, March 2017.
  • The Gypsy Play at Café Marguerite, based upon research and archive transpositions for The Family Adams Project, published in The Living Memory Book, Littleport, April 2012.
  • Time, an art-performance of drama and poetry, with four painters and four actors portraying their artist at work, their dreams and desires, Cambridge Arts Movement, June 2010.
  • Annie Hurst, a winning monologue, The Hippodrome Theatre, West Yorkshire, 2009.
  • The Philosopher’s Wife, a poetic monologue, Michaelhouse, Cambridge, 2008.
  • Watchwords, an historical community play for young people, Littleport, 2007.
  • A Conspiracy of Ghosts, jointly scripted with Clare Crossman, the poetic prose poem was performed for International Women’s Day at the Babylon Gallery, Ely.
  • Origins, The Scottish Soldiers, the Ouse Washes; the Origins of Landscape Change in the Fens, by The Word Garden, published September 2019, printed by Altone Ltd, Sawston, Cambridge;ISBN: 978-1-5272-4727-7; Website: PDF; available Legal Deposit Libraries and Cambridgeshire local libraries.
  • Dunure to Denver, Coventina’s Quest into Hidden History, the new film-script drawn from researched materials of the period, adapted from the Origins publication, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund for the Word Garden community project, October 2018-December 2019

Producing, Directing, Workshops

  • Voices, a self-funded, collaborative, awareness raising dramatic production, by a group of fifteen enthusiastic local volunteers, as storytellers and Production Team from concept to performance.
  • Talking Heads, Alan Bennett, a West Yorkshire regional touring show.
  • The Vagina Monologues, a benefit production. Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, 2004.
  • Drawing on the Earth, research across West Yorkshire sites, shown in an exhibition at the Hourglass Studio Gallery, with the support of the Arts Council.
  • The Gypsy Play at Café Marguerite, based upon research and archive transpositions for The Family Adams Project, published in The Living Memory Book, Littleport, April 2012, working with 15+ young people on script development, rehearsals, performance, production
  • Time, an art-performance of drama and poetry, Cambridge, June 2010.  Researching, interviewing four artists, matching those with four actors in a sell-out production of poetic drama
  • Annie Hurst, a winning monologue, The Hippodrome Theatre, West Yorkshire, 2009.
  • The Philosopher’s Wife, a poetic monologue, Michaelhouse, Cambridge, 2008.
  • Watchwords, an historical community play for young people, Littleport, 2007.  Archive research, transpositions from findings into script development with young people.  Rehearsals, production, performance.
  • Dunure to Denver, Coventina’s Quest into Hidden History,rehearsing, directing, and producing the new film drawn from researched materials of the period, found in the Origins publication, Premier at Welney Wetlands Centre celebratory event, 29th and 30th June 2019, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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