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 Director - The Taming of the Shrew, Bard Bits

“Your betters have endured me say my mind and if you cannot, best you stop your ears”. A rich man sells his disobedient child to the top bidder. Enter social outsider Petruchio, determined to make his fortune on the marriage market. Rory Gradon and Nia Powell share the roles of Katherine and Petruchio, switching live on stage at the audience's command. This Shrew is a high-octane comedy which punches in the gut, reframing Shakespeare's battle of the sexes for a post-binary society. Directed by Georgia Andrews for Bard Bits Shakespeare Innovation Festival, produced by Rose Reade

Associate Director - The Two Noble Kinsmen, TSMGO

"Our reasons are not prophets / When oft our fancies are" A tragicomic mix of comedic levity and serious subject matter, this season finale production of The Two Noble Kinsmen creates an exciting world of Chaucerian and fairytale adventure, comforting the disturbed and disturbing the comfortable in equal measure. Directed by Matthew Rhodes with Associate Directors Eugenia Low & Georgia Andrews. Watch here

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Assistant Director - Richard II UK Tour, Quandary Collective

"Let us sit upon the ground / And tell sad stories of the death of kings." Somewhere between Mad Max: Fury Road, an episode of Game of Thrones and what it might have been like to stand in the pit at The Globe in 1595, Quandary Collective’s fearless adaptation investigates what it means to lead a country, the devastating effects of toxic masculinity, and why gender continually seems to matter in positions of power. Directed by Annie McKenzie, image by Ruby Walker. Vaults transfer Spring 2022