Past Event

Dirty Drama

1 Jan 2012

What is it that makes the outcomes of political conflict and military aggression rich material for dramatists? And why is political drama enjoying a remarkable revival? The panel includes Neil Murray, Executive Producer of the National Theatre of Scotland (Black Watch) and actress and director Jo McInnes, who co-founded A.P.E Theatre Co in 2003 and held the position of Artistic Director of New Writing South in 2006. Her recent directing work includes VERA, VERA, VERA by Hayley Squires (Royal Court, 2012) and MARINE PARADE by Simon Stephens & Mark Eitzel (Animalink/Brighton Festival, 2010). This event will be Chaired by Jack Bradley, Literary Associate to Sonia Friedman Productions in London’s West End.

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