Zero One’s a wrap

Exhilarating time working with Dir. Kirsten Russell, DP Oriane Polack, Etienne Dupuy our Sound Buddha, Claire Olivier as Emma (Jo’s true friend), Michael Assié as a bus stop soulmate. Here’s Claire and I rehearsing.

Zero One

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.

Roundelay’s last dance

My first production in London. They don’t just drive on the other side… Working with 10 lovely and fiercely talented performers aged 24 to 84 to contribute a fresh perspective about love and sex in older age was quite rewarding. Check out Visible‘s important work. Photo: John Haynes. Annie Firbank, Elan James.            

Universal Language Wins

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

The Norman Conquests

LES CONQUETES DE NORMAN d’Alan Ayckbourn. Merci à la Manufacture Des Abbesses et au théatre du Ranelagh de nous avoir accueillis dans cette première étape de création de la trilogie chef d’oeuvre d’Ayckbourn – auteur le plus joué au monde après Shakespeare et relativement inconnu des francais. “Une comédie légère et psychologique, très anglaise…Joué avec … More The Norman Conquests