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THE FREAK, BERTIE DARRELL

A sprawling mass of explosive queer chaos, ‘mad’ performer Kit can either start living a healthier life or continue as they are and risk losing everything. It is that simple. Yet the world is determined to make everything more complicated for them.


Navigating the pass-agg difficulties of a late 20s London flat share, questionable nights out and a distant pull back to their family, they oscillate between appeasing those around them and throwing as much sh*t to the wall to see what sticks.


The Freak explores how queer appearances are sought to be made palatable for heteronormative consumption. Where does our tolerance for queerness lie? Can society accept the differences it does not stand?

WORDLESS MATERIALS: DEVELOPING YOUR CREATIVE PRACTICE

Anna received an Arts Council 'Developing Your Creative Practice' grant to explore Meisner, Viewpoints and the Silent Approach alongside her own writing in her hometown of Burnley.

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SEPARATE DOORS, GUEST DIRECTOR

Separate Doors mission is to increase the representation of people with learning disabilities and neurodiversities in theatre, film and TV. Anna is working with the company's 'Silent Approach' method to develop their latest play 'Hope Valley Hotel (& Spa)'.

Photo by Ant Robling

PUDDLES, TAMARA VON WERTHERN

Set in Berlin, Puddles is a new play following the journey of female friendship from university days to early forties by Tamara von Werthern.


Featuring live music by Sam Hooper (BAFTA-winning composer, most recently: The Witchfinder, BBC2) and a cast starring Loren O'Dair (ONCE: The Musical, Rellik, The Grinning Man, Trafalgar Studios) Chris Nayak (RSC, Shakespeare's Globe/West End) and Rachel Handshaw (Edge of Tomorrow, Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation) and presented in the form of promenade performances, Puddles explores expectations on women’s careers, sexuality & bodily autonomy through a love triangle shown from the perspective of two women.

Cast: Rachel Handshaw, Loren O'Dair, Chris Nayak

Photo by Sonya Hurtado

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Current Work: Awards
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