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SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA
By Nona Shepphard
Directed by Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard
Starring Caroline Parker
 
***Press Night: 29 January at 7.30pm***
 
Graeae presents a unique one woman show, SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA, at Theatre Royal Stratford East from 27 January – 6 February 2010 and then touring until the end of May 2010. The press night at Theatre Royal Stratford East is on 29 January at 7.30 pm. The play stars Caroline Parker in the dual role of mousy Sue Graves, who runs a funeral parlour, and Tammy Frascati, the famous international chanteuse who signs the songs of the stars in venues from the UK to Sydney to Las Vegas. Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard direct the play. The production is in association with Theatre Royal Stratford East.
 
No one remembers mousy old Sue, the undertaker from Bingley Bridge. No one knows she is a Diva fanatic, until the day she is offered a cabaret spot at Harry’s Place. Overnight, Tammy Frascati is born and Sue finds herself hurtling to stardom and Las Vegas, signing the songs of her favourite Divas, Billie Holiday, Dusty Springfield, Ella Fitzgerald and Gloria Gaynor.
 
But as success beckons Tammy, a handsome stranger pierces Sue’s heart. What can she do, can she have both?
 
Caroline Parker gives a virtuoso performance as Sue and her alter ego Tammy as she takes us on a journey of fame, frocks and false eyelashes battling with the true love from Bingley Bridge.
 
CAROLINE PARKER has a long association with Graeae. She has toured extensively with Neti Neti, Theatre Centre, Deafinitely Theatre and Fittings Media Arts. She played Sue Lee in the fourth series of BBC See Hear’s drama Switch, and more recently was seen playing a lip reading expert, Florence, on BBC’s undercover detective drama series Murphy’s Law. As “The Silent Diva” Caroline makes music and songs accessible to deaf people and sign language accessible to hearing people.
 
NONA SHEPPHARD is a playwright and director of national acclaim. Recent writing includes A Tale for Winter, a play for young people based on Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, for Quicksilver Theatre Company; The Sacred Thread for the Sujata Bannerjee Dance Company and Boxergirl and Battlement, a new piece based on Hamlet. She is Artistic Director of ASC, a company based in New York, an external examiner for Drama Centre’s MA and Associate Director at RADA.
 
JENNY SEALEY has been Artistic Director of Graeae since 1997. Recent productions for the company include Whiter Than Snow by Mike Kenny in co-production with Birmingham Rep; Blasted by Sarah Kane; Flower Girls by Richard Cameron in co-production with the New Wolsey, Ipswich and Static by Dan Rebelatto with Suspect Culture. She has also been developing a new strand of outdoor training and performance initiatives with Greenwich and Docklands Festival, Circus Space and Strange Fruit, an Australian sway pole performing company. Jenny was awarded the MBE in January 2009 and was recently appointed artistic director of Unlimited, the artistic counterpart of the 2012 Paralympic Games.
 
2010 touring dates include:
9 February
The Junction, Cambridge
 
10 & 11 February
Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton
 
17 February
University of Bedfordshire Theatre, Bedford
 
18-20 February
The Ustinov, Bath
 
19 & 20 April
Lakeside Centre, Nottingham
 
23 & 24 April
New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
 
27 & 28 April
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
 
1-3 May
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
 
5-9 May
Tobacco Factory (The Brewery), Bristol
 
14 May
The Hawth, Crawley
 
17-19 May
The Door, Birmingham
 
20-22 May
Royal Exchange Studio, Manchester
 
LONDON LISTINGS INFORMATION
The Venue
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
 
Dates and Times
27 January – 6 February 2010
Press Night 29 January at 7.30
Evenings at 7.30 pm
Matinee: Saturday 6 Feb at 3 pm
 
Box Office and Tickets
Tickets and information: 020 8534 0310
Book online www.stratfordeast.com
27 & 28 Jan: £8
All other performances: £12, £15 (concessions £8, £12)
 
Further information from:
Anne Mayer
Press Agent for Graeae
020 7254 7391 or 07764 192842
annemayer@btopenworld.com
 
For Theatre Royal Stratford East only
Corinne O’Sullivan
020 8279 1120/cosullivan@stratfordeast.com
 
 
CORINNE O'SULLIVAN
PRESS & MARKETING OFFICER
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0)208 279 1120
Fax: +44 (0)208 534 8381
Email: co'sullivan@stratfordeast.com
 



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Theatre Royal Stratford East is proud to have supported the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games since their inception. As one of London’s leading venues based in the heart of the Olympic centre, we are happy to join in the celebrations and fully endorse the London presentation, which highlighted the importance of the multicultural nature of our capital city. www.london2012.org

Pioneer Theatres Limited - Registered Office: Theatre Royal Stratford East, Theatre Square, London E15 1BN - Registered Number: 556251; VAT Number: 248 9343 27; Charity Number: 233801
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SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA
By Nona Shepphard
Directed by Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard
Starring Caroline Parker
 
***Press Night: 29 January at 7.30pm***
 
Graeae presents a unique one woman show, SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA, at Theatre Royal Stratford East from 27 January – 6 February 2010 and then touring until the end of May 2010. The press night at Theatre Royal Stratford East is on 29 January at 7.30 pm. The play stars Caroline Parker in the dual role of mousy Sue Graves, who runs a funeral parlour, and Tammy Frascati, the famous international chanteuse who signs the songs of the stars in venues from the UK to Sydney to Las Vegas. Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard direct the play. The production is in association with Theatre Royal Stratford East.
 
No one remembers mousy old Sue, the undertaker from Bingley Bridge. No one knows she is a Diva fanatic, until the day she is offered a cabaret spot at Harry’s Place. Overnight, Tammy Frascati is born and Sue finds herself hurtling to stardom and Las Vegas, signing the songs of her favourite Divas, Billie Holiday, Dusty Springfield, Ella Fitzgerald and Gloria Gaynor.
 
But as success beckons Tammy, a handsome stranger pierces Sue’s heart. What can she do, can she have both?
 
Caroline Parker gives a virtuoso performance as Sue and her alter ego Tammy as she takes us on a journey of fame, frocks and false eyelashes battling with the true love from Bingley Bridge.
 
CAROLINE PARKER has a long association with Graeae. She has toured extensively with Neti Neti, Theatre Centre, Deafinitely Theatre and Fittings Media Arts. She played Sue Lee in the fourth series of BBC See Hear’s drama Switch, and more recently was seen playing a lip reading expert, Florence, on BBC’s undercover detective drama series Murphy’s Law. As “The Silent Diva” Caroline makes music and songs accessible to deaf people and sign language accessible to hearing people.
 
NONA SHEPPHARD is a playwright and director of national acclaim. Recent writing includes A Tale for Winter, a play for young people based on Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, for Quicksilver Theatre Company; The Sacred Thread for the Sujata Bannerjee Dance Company and Boxergirl and Battlement, a new piece based on Hamlet. She is Artistic Director of ASC, a company based in New York, an external examiner for Drama Centre’s MA and Associate Director at RADA.
 
JENNY SEALEY has been Artistic Director of Graeae since 1997. Recent productions for the company include Whiter Than Snow by Mike Kenny in co-production with Birmingham Rep; Blasted by Sarah Kane; Flower Girls by Richard Cameron in co-production with the New Wolsey, Ipswich and Static by Dan Rebelatto with Suspect Culture. She has also been developing a new strand of outdoor training and performance initiatives with Greenwich and Docklands Festival, Circus Space and Strange Fruit, an Australian sway pole performing company. Jenny was awarded the MBE in January 2009 and was recently appointed artistic director of Unlimited, the artistic counterpart of the 2012 Paralympic Games.
 
2010 touring dates include:
9 February
The Junction, Cambridge
 
10 & 11 February
Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton
 
17 February
University of Bedfordshire Theatre, Bedford
 
18-20 February
The Ustinov, Bath
 
19 & 20 April
Lakeside Centre, Nottingham
 
23 & 24 April
New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
 
27 & 28 April
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
 
1-3 May
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
 
5-9 May
Tobacco Factory (The Brewery), Bristol
 
14 May
The Hawth, Crawley
 
17-19 May
The Door, Birmingham
 
20-22 May
Royal Exchange Studio, Manchester
 
LONDON LISTINGS INFORMATION
The Venue
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
 
Dates and Times
27 January – 6 February 2010
Press Night 29 January at 7.30
Evenings at 7.30 pm
Matinee: Saturday 6 Feb at 3 pm
 
Box Office and Tickets
Tickets and information: 020 8534 0310
Book online www.stratfordeast.com
27 & 28 Jan: £8
All other performances: £12, £15 (concessions £8, £12)
 
Further information from:
Anne Mayer
Press Agent for Graeae
020 7254 7391 or 07764 192842
annemayer@btopenworld.com
 
For Theatre Royal Stratford East only
Corinne O’Sullivan
020 8279 1120/cosullivan@stratfordeast.com
 
 
CORINNE O'SULLIVAN
PRESS & MARKETING OFFICER
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0)208 279 1120
Fax: +44 (0)208 534 8381
Email: co'sullivan@stratfordeast.com
 


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Theatre Royal Stratford East is proud to have supported the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games since their inception. As one of London’s leading venues based in the heart of the Olympic centre, we are happy to join in the celebrations and fully endorse the London presentation, which highlighted the importance of the multicultural nature of our capital city. www.london2012.org

Pioneer Theatres Limited - Registered Office: Theatre Royal Stratford East, Theatre Square, London E15 1BN - Registered Number: 556251; VAT Number: 248 9343 27; Charity Number: 233801
This communication contains information that is confidential and may also be privileged. It is for the exclusive use of the intended recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient(s), please note that any distribution, copying or use of this communication or the information in it is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately, by replying to this email inserting the word "misdirected" in the subject line, then destroy any copies of it.
P please consider the environment before printing this e-mail
 
 
TRSE09_4col_onWhite
 
 
 
 
SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA
By Nona Shepphard
Directed by Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard
Starring Caroline Parker
 
***Press Night: 29 January at 7.30pm***
 
Graeae presents a unique one woman show, SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA, at Theatre Royal Stratford East from 27 January – 6 February 2010 and then touring until the end of May 2010. The press night at Theatre Royal Stratford East is on 29 January at 7.30 pm. The play stars Caroline Parker in the dual role of mousy Sue Graves, who runs a funeral parlour, and Tammy Frascati, the famous international chanteuse who signs the songs of the stars in venues from the UK to Sydney to Las Vegas. Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard direct the play. The production is in association with Theatre Royal Stratford East.
 
No one remembers mousy old Sue, the undertaker from Bingley Bridge. No one knows she is a Diva fanatic, until the day she is offered a cabaret spot at Harry’s Place. Overnight, Tammy Frascati is born and Sue finds herself hurtling to stardom and Las Vegas, signing the songs of her favourite Divas, Billie Holiday, Dusty Springfield, Ella Fitzgerald and Gloria Gaynor.
 
But as success beckons Tammy, a handsome stranger pierces Sue’s heart. What can she do, can she have both?
 
Caroline Parker gives a virtuoso performance as Sue and her alter ego Tammy as she takes us on a journey of fame, frocks and false eyelashes battling with the true love from Bingley Bridge.
 
CAROLINE PARKER has a long association with Graeae. She has toured extensively with Neti Neti, Theatre Centre, Deafinitely Theatre and Fittings Media Arts. She played Sue Lee in the fourth series of BBC See Hear’s drama Switch, and more recently was seen playing a lip reading expert, Florence, on BBC’s undercover detective drama series Murphy’s Law. As “The Silent Diva” Caroline makes music and songs accessible to deaf people and sign language accessible to hearing people.
 
NONA SHEPPHARD is a playwright and director of national acclaim. Recent writing includes A Tale for Winter, a play for young people based on Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, for Quicksilver Theatre Company; The Sacred Thread for the Sujata Bannerjee Dance Company and Boxergirl and Battlement, a new piece based on Hamlet. She is Artistic Director of ASC, a company based in New York, an external examiner for Drama Centre’s MA and Associate Director at RADA.
 
JENNY SEALEY has been Artistic Director of Graeae since 1997. Recent productions for the company include Whiter Than Snow by Mike Kenny in co-production with Birmingham Rep; Blasted by Sarah Kane; Flower Girls by Richard Cameron in co-production with the New Wolsey, Ipswich and Static by Dan Rebelatto with Suspect Culture. She has also been developing a new strand of outdoor training and performance initiatives with Greenwich and Docklands Festival, Circus Space and Strange Fruit, an Australian sway pole performing company. Jenny was awarded the MBE in January 2009 and was recently appointed artistic director of Unlimited, the artistic counterpart of the 2012 Paralympic Games.
 
2010 touring dates include:
9 February
The Junction, Cambridge
 
10 & 11 February
Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton
 
17 February
University of Bedfordshire Theatre, Bedford
 
18-20 February
The Ustinov, Bath
 
19 & 20 April
Lakeside Centre, Nottingham
 
23 & 24 April
New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
 
27 & 28 April
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
 
1-3 May
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
 
5-9 May
Tobacco Factory (The Brewery), Bristol
 
14 May
The Hawth, Crawley
 
17-19 May
The Door, Birmingham
 
20-22 May
Royal Exchange Studio, Manchester
 
LONDON LISTINGS INFORMATION
The Venue
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
 
Dates and Times
27 January – 6 February 2010
Press Night 29 January at 7.30
Evenings at 7.30 pm
Matinee: Saturday 6 Feb at 3 pm
 
Box Office and Tickets
Tickets and information: 020 8534 0310
Book online www.stratfordeast.com
27 & 28 Jan: £8
All other performances: £12, £15 (concessions £8, £12)
 
Further information from:
Anne Mayer
Press Agent for Graeae
020 7254 7391 or 07764 192842
annemayer@btopenworld.com
 
For Theatre Royal Stratford East only
Corinne O’Sullivan
020 8279 1120/cosullivan@stratfordeast.com
 
 
CORINNE O'SULLIVAN
PRESS & MARKETING OFFICER
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0)208 279 1120
Fax: +44 (0)208 534 8381
Email: co'sullivan@stratfordeast.com
 


Photobucket

Theatre Royal Stratford East is proud to have supported the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games since their inception. As one of London’s leading venues based in the heart of the Olympic centre, we are happy to join in the celebrations and fully endorse the London presentation, which highlighted the importance of the multicultural nature of our capital city. www.london2012.org

Pioneer Theatres Limited - Registered Office: Theatre Royal Stratford East, Theatre Square, London E15 1BN - Registered Number: 556251; VAT Number: 248 9343 27; Charity Number: 233801
This communication contains information that is confidential and may also be privileged. It is for the exclusive use of the intended recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient(s), please note that any distribution, copying or use of this communication or the information in it is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately, by replying to this email inserting the word "misdirected" in the subject line, then destroy any copies of it.
P please consider the environment before printing this e-mail
 
 
TRSE09_4col_onWhite
 
 
 
 
SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA
By Nona Shepphard
Directed by Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard
Starring Caroline Parker
 
***Press Night: 29 January at 7.30pm***
 
Graeae presents a unique one woman show, SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA, at Theatre Royal Stratford East from 27 January – 6 February 2010 and then touring until the end of May 2010. The press night at Theatre Royal Stratford East is on 29 January at 7.30 pm. The play stars Caroline Parker in the dual role of mousy Sue Graves, who runs a funeral parlour, and Tammy Frascati, the famous international chanteuse who signs the songs of the stars in venues from the UK to Sydney to Las Vegas. Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard direct the play. The production is in association with Theatre Royal Stratford East.
 
No one remembers mousy old Sue, the undertaker from Bingley Bridge. No one knows she is a Diva fanatic, until the day she is offered a cabaret spot at Harry’s Place. Overnight, Tammy Frascati is born and Sue finds herself hurtling to stardom and Las Vegas, signing the songs of her favourite Divas, Billie Holiday, Dusty Springfield, Ella Fitzgerald and Gloria Gaynor.
 
But as success beckons Tammy, a handsome stranger pierces Sue’s heart. What can she do, can she have both?
 
Caroline Parker gives a virtuoso performance as Sue and her alter ego Tammy as she takes us on a journey of fame, frocks and false eyelashes battling with the true love from Bingley Bridge.
 
CAROLINE PARKER has a long association with Graeae. She has toured extensively with Neti Neti, Theatre Centre, Deafinitely Theatre and Fittings Media Arts. She played Sue Lee in the fourth series of BBC See Hear’s drama Switch, and more recently was seen playing a lip reading expert, Florence, on BBC’s undercover detective drama series Murphy’s Law. As “The Silent Diva” Caroline makes music and songs accessible to deaf people and sign language accessible to hearing people.
 
NONA SHEPPHARD is a playwright and director of national acclaim. Recent writing includes A Tale for Winter, a play for young people based on Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, for Quicksilver Theatre Company; The Sacred Thread for the Sujata Bannerjee Dance Company and Boxergirl and Battlement, a new piece based on Hamlet. She is Artistic Director of ASC, a company based in New York, an external examiner for Drama Centre’s MA and Associate Director at RADA.
 
JENNY SEALEY has been Artistic Director of Graeae since 1997. Recent productions for the company include Whiter Than Snow by Mike Kenny in co-production with Birmingham Rep; Blasted by Sarah Kane; Flower Girls by Richard Cameron in co-production with the New Wolsey, Ipswich and Static by Dan Rebelatto with Suspect Culture. She has also been developing a new strand of outdoor training and performance initiatives with Greenwich and Docklands Festival, Circus Space and Strange Fruit, an Australian sway pole performing company. Jenny was awarded the MBE in January 2009 and was recently appointed artistic director of Unlimited, the artistic counterpart of the 2012 Paralympic Games.
 
2010 touring dates include:
9 February
The Junction, Cambridge
 
10 & 11 February
Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton
 
17 February
University of Bedfordshire Theatre, Bedford
 
18-20 February
The Ustinov, Bath
 
19 & 20 April
Lakeside Centre, Nottingham
 
23 & 24 April
New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
 
27 & 28 April
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
 
1-3 May
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
 
5-9 May
Tobacco Factory (The Brewery), Bristol
 
14 May
The Hawth, Crawley
 
17-19 May
The Door, Birmingham
 
20-22 May
Royal Exchange Studio, Manchester
 
LONDON LISTINGS INFORMATION
The Venue
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
 
Dates and Times
27 January – 6 February 2010
Press Night 29 January at 7.30
Evenings at 7.30 pm
Matinee: Saturday 6 Feb at 3 pm
 
Box Office and Tickets
Tickets and information: 020 8534 0310
Book online www.stratfordeast.com
27 & 28 Jan: £8
All other performances: £12, £15 (concessions £8, £12)
 
Further information from:
Anne Mayer
Press Agent for Graeae
020 7254 7391 or 07764 192842
annemayer@btopenworld.com
 
For Theatre Royal Stratford East only
Corinne O’Sullivan
020 8279 1120/cosullivan@stratfordeast.com
 
 
CORINNE O'SULLIVAN
PRESS & MARKETING OFFICER
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0)208 279 1120
Fax: +44 (0)208 534 8381
Email: co'sullivan@stratfordeast.com
 


Photobucket

Theatre Royal Stratford East is proud to have supported the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games since their inception. As one of London’s leading venues based in the heart of the Olympic centre, we are happy to join in the celebrations and fully endorse the London presentation, which highlighted the importance of the multicultural nature of our capital city. www.london2012.org

Pioneer Theatres Limited - Registered Office: Theatre Royal Stratford East, Theatre Square, London E15 1BN - Registered Number: 556251; VAT Number: 248 9343 27; Charity Number: 233801
This communication contains information that is confidential and may also be privileged. It is for the exclusive use of the intended recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient(s), please note that any distribution, copying or use of this communication or the information in it is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately, by replying to this email inserting the word "misdirected" in the subject line, then destroy any copies of it.
P please consider the environment before printing this e-mail
 
 
TRSE09_4col_onWhite
 
 
 
 
SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA
By Nona Shepphard
Directed by Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard
Starring Caroline Parker
 
***Press Night: 29 January at 7.30pm***
 
Graeae presents a unique one woman show, SIGNS OF A STAR SHAPED DIVA, at Theatre Royal Stratford East from 27 January – 6 February 2010 and then touring until the end of May 2010. The press night at Theatre Royal Stratford East is on 29 January at 7.30 pm. The play stars Caroline Parker in the dual role of mousy Sue Graves, who runs a funeral parlour, and Tammy Frascati, the famous international chanteuse who signs the songs of the stars in venues from the UK to Sydney to Las Vegas. Jenny Sealey and Nona Shepphard direct the play. The production is in association with Theatre Royal Stratford East.
 
No one remembers mousy old Sue, the undertaker from Bingley Bridge. No one knows she is a Diva fanatic, until the day she is offered a cabaret spot at Harry’s Place. Overnight, Tammy Frascati is born and Sue finds herself hurtling to stardom and Las Vegas, signing the songs of her favourite Divas, Billie Holiday, Dusty Springfield, Ella Fitzgerald and Gloria Gaynor.
 
But as success beckons Tammy, a handsome stranger pierces Sue’s heart. What can she do, can she have both?
 
Caroline Parker gives a virtuoso performance as Sue and her alter ego Tammy as she takes us on a journey of fame, frocks and false eyelashes battling with the true love from Bingley Bridge.
 
CAROLINE PARKER has a long association with Graeae. She has toured extensively with Neti Neti, Theatre Centre, Deafinitely Theatre and Fittings Media Arts. She played Sue Lee in the fourth series of BBC See Hear’s drama Switch, and more recently was seen playing a lip reading expert, Florence, on BBC’s undercover detective drama series Murphy’s Law. As “The Silent Diva” Caroline makes music and songs accessible to deaf people and sign language accessible to hearing people.
 
NONA SHEPPHARD is a playwright and director of national acclaim. Recent writing includes A Tale for Winter, a play for young people based on Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, for Quicksilver Theatre Company; The Sacred Thread for the Sujata Bannerjee Dance Company and Boxergirl and Battlement, a new piece based on Hamlet. She is Artistic Director of ASC, a company based in New York, an external examiner for Drama Centre’s MA and Associate Director at RADA.
 
JENNY SEALEY has been Artistic Director of Graeae since 1997. Recent productions for the company include Whiter Than Snow by Mike Kenny in co-production with Birmingham Rep; Blasted by Sarah Kane; Flower Girls by Richard Cameron in co-production with the New Wolsey, Ipswich and Static by Dan Rebelatto with Suspect Culture. She has also been developing a new strand of outdoor training and performance initiatives with Greenwich and Docklands Festival, Circus Space and Strange Fruit, an Australian sway pole performing company. Jenny was awarded the MBE in January 2009 and was recently appointed artistic director of Unlimited, the artistic counterpart of the 2012 Paralympic Games.
 
2010 touring dates include:
9 February
The Junction, Cambridge
 
10 & 11 February
Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton
 
17 February
University of Bedfordshire Theatre, Bedford
 
18-20 February
The Ustinov, Bath
 
19 & 20 April
Lakeside Centre, Nottingham
 
23 & 24 April
New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
 
27 & 28 April
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
 
1-3 May
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
 
5-9 May
Tobacco Factory (The Brewery), Bristol

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