Category Archives: Past Project

Reviews for AND I AND SILENCE, Signature Theatre, New York

“Fervently acted and gracefully directed by Caitlin McLeod…Wallace’s language has much rich, colloquial beauty” David Cote, (Time Out, New York) “Ms Wallace’s play has been given a typically first-class production by the Signature, with the director Caitlin McLeod” Charles Isherwood

Reviews for AND I AND SILENCE, Signature Theatre, New York

“Fervently acted and gracefully directed by Caitlin McLeod…Wallace’s language has much rich, colloquial beauty” David Cote, (Time Out, New York) “Ms Wallace’s play has been given a typically first-class production by the Signature, with the director Caitlin McLeod” Charles Isherwood

And I And Silence at Signature Theater, New York

AND I AND SILENCE by Naomi Wallace at Signature Theater, New York City. August – September 2014 www.signaturetheatre.org

And I And Silence at Signature Theater, New York

AND I AND SILENCE by Naomi Wallace at Signature Theater, New York City. August – September 2014 www.signaturetheatre.org

The Malcontent at Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Renaissance Genoa, and the sarcastic jester Malevole moves through its ducal court, dishing out his caustic commentary on the people attached to the city’s usurping duke: his lustful duchess, Aurelia; her lover Ferneze, and the vicious operator, Mendoza (the real

The Malcontent at Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Renaissance Genoa, and the sarcastic jester Malevole moves through its ducal court, dishing out his caustic commentary on the people attached to the city’s usurping duke: his lustful duchess, Aurelia; her lover Ferneze, and the vicious operator, Mendoza (the real

And I and Silence at the Finborough Theatre

Two imprisoned young women, one African American and the other white, form a perilous bond. As they serve time they forge a plan for survival. They practice hard. If they don’t get it right they’ll lose everything: the outside world

And I and Silence at the Finborough Theatre

Two imprisoned young women, one African American and the other white, form a perilous bond. As they serve time they forge a plan for survival. They practice hard. If they don’t get it right they’ll lose everything: the outside world

Northern Star by Stewart Parker

NORTHERN STAR at the Finborough Theatre, Earl’s Court, February 2011 Part of RediscoveriesUK – A three month season of rediscovered plays by writers from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland ‘Twas the night before Harry was stretched. And the boys

Northern Star by Stewart Parker

NORTHERN STAR at the Finborough Theatre, Earl’s Court, February 2011 Part of RediscoveriesUK – A three month season of rediscovered plays by writers from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland ‘Twas the night before Harry was stretched. And the boys

The Lady’s Not For Burning by Christopher Fry

The Lady’s Not For Burning by Christopher Fry (Warwick Arts Centre Studio) Submitted for the National Student Drama Festival It is a warm, breezy afternoon in April in the town of Cool Clary. A war-weary soldier, claiming to be the

The Lady’s Not For Burning by Christopher Fry

The Lady’s Not For Burning by Christopher Fry (Warwick Arts Centre Studio) Submitted for the National Student Drama Festival It is a warm, breezy afternoon in April in the town of Cool Clary. A war-weary soldier, claiming to be the

Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill

Seven Jewish Children: a Play for Gaza is Caryl Churchill’s response to the situation in Gaza in January 2009. It is a 10 minute history of Israel. Seven cryptic scenes reveal the struggles and debates around much children should know

Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill

Seven Jewish Children: a Play for Gaza is Caryl Churchill’s response to the situation in Gaza in January 2009. It is a 10 minute history of Israel. Seven cryptic scenes reveal the struggles and debates around much children should know

Elephant’s Graveyard by George Brant

Elephant’s Graveyard by George Brant, UK Premiere, (Warwick Arts Centre Studio and National Student Drama Festival AWARDS: BEST DIRECTOR (Buzz Goodbody Director Award) BEST ENSEMBLE BEST LIGHTING DESIGN BEST SET DESIGN COMMENDATION FOR LIVE MUSIC Elephant’s Graveyard – It was

Elephant’s Graveyard by George Brant

Elephant’s Graveyard by George Brant, UK Premiere, (Warwick Arts Centre Studio and National Student Drama Festival AWARDS: BEST DIRECTOR (Buzz Goodbody Director Award) BEST ENSEMBLE BEST LIGHTING DESIGN BEST SET DESIGN COMMENDATION FOR LIVE MUSIC Elephant’s Graveyard – It was