I’m so very proud to join, as Associate Producer, the production of one of Tennessee Williams’ finest plays. Starring Clive Owen, Anna Gunn, Lia Williams and Julian Glover, under the direction of the fantastic James McDonald, this production is a very good reason to come to London this summer. Opening on July 16th!
Very pleased that Zero One has made the stellar 2019 Covellite International Film Festival’s official selection. Covellite runs June 19-23rd in Butte, Montana.
Zero/One premieres at DAM SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL, Boulder City, Nevada, on February 10th.
Pleased to share our trailer for this short existential comedy (I’m writing; Kirsten Russell directs). “Standing on the Mirabeau bridge, Jo will finally solve her existential dilemmas, once and for all. It’s a matter of life or death” Watch the trailer here: Trailer
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After Universal Language, Kirsten Russell and I reunite again in Paris for Zero One. This time, we contemplate an existential jump from the Mirabeau Bridge; inspired by André Gide, Guillaume Apollinaire and my inner French Woody Allen.
My first production in London. Working with 10 lovely and fiercely talented performers aged 24-84 to contribute a fresh perspective about love and sex in older age. Check out Visible‘s important work. Photo: John Haynes. Annie Firbank, Elan James.
When Dan wakes up after his first night in Paris after a black-out one night stand, he comes to find out that the woman in bed next to him doesn’t speak any English while he speaks no French. But for two lost people who will stop at nothing to avoid involvement, the lack of communication … More Universal Language Wins
LES CONQUETES DE NORMAN d’Alan Ayckbourn. Première représentation en France de la 1ere pièce de la trilogie chef d’oeuvre d’Alan Ayckbourn, dans une mise en scène de Fabrice Scott. Nous avons été ravis de jouer à la Manufacture Des Abbesses et de reprendre au théatre du Ranelagh. “Une comédie légère et psychologique, très anglaise…Joué avec … More The Norman Conquests