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The Guardian Jan 2016
Mark Brown reports on how the new artistic director of Shakespeare's globe aims to get a much greater proportion of women on the stage. Personally we can't wait !
The Guardian , Jan 2016
From new writing at the Royal Court to revivals at the NT, theatre schedules suggest that plays by women are finally getting better representation – but there’s still cause for concern. Mark Lawson explores.
We're thrilled to see a new Caryl Churchill open at the Royal Court.
ESCAPED ALONE runs until the 12th March
We'll also be getting down to see
KITE running at the SOHO Theatre until 6th Feb
A grassroots collective founded by Natasha Rickman, Rhiannon Oliver, and Melanie Jessop and run by RADA students and graduates. It’s a forum for discussion of the issues around gender equality in the field of performance and brings together RADA graduates and students, both performance and technical, with industry professionals, all of any age and gender, to explore ways to address gender disparity. It also aims to develop and support the creativity of women across the industry. Events include: play readings, skills workshops, and professional development opportunities.
The Women@RADA 100
The Women@RADA 100 is a long-term programme of a series of 100 playreadings promoting opportunities for women actors, directors, and writers in theatre. Readings include a mixture of classic and new writing, with many authors able to attend to introduce and discuss their work. The series also features some very exciting guests performing and directing too! Readings are free to attend and open to the public.
Sphinx Theatre Artistic Director Sue Parrish will be directing the next Women@RADA 100 Playreading of Her Naked Skin on 3rd February