The critically acclaimed and award-winning playwright, director and performer Tim Crouch, will be visiting Madrid as part of the project Read, Play, Meet, Repeat organized by Bella Batalla, Esto Podría Ser and El Pavón Teatro Kamikaze in collaboration with the British Council / New UK Drama.
Q&A session with Tim Crouch (free admission): 15 December – 13.30 / The Pavon/Kamikaze Theatre
His works have been staged all over the world. They include My Arm (Traverse Theatre 2003 and UK and international tours, Prix Italia 2004); An Oak Tree(Herald Angel 2005, Best Male Performer, Brighton Festival, 2006 and OBIE 2007); England – A Play for Galleries (Edinburgh Fringe 2007 and UK and international tours, Fringe First, Total Theatre Award and Herald Angel 2007) or The Author (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs 2009 and UK and international tours, Total Theatre Award and John Whiting Award 2010).
Organisations that have been involved more deeply in the work – through commission or co-production – include the Royal Court Theatre, the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, the British Council, Brighton Festival, Singapore Arts Festival, Culturgest in Lisbon, Warwick Arts Centre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.
For the RSC Tim has directed The Taming of the Shrew, King Lear and I, Cinna (the poet) – all for young audiences. Directing credits include Jeramee, Hartleby and Oooglemore by Gary Owen for the Unicorn Theatre, London, and The Complete Deaths for Spymonkey.
Tim is published by Oberon Books. He is currently under commission to the Royal Court Theatre and the National Theatre of Scotland. In Spring 2019 BBC2 will screen the dark comedy series Don’t Forget the Driver, co-written by Tim and Toby Jones.
More information about the workshop: https://teatrokamikaze.com/programa/read-play-meet-repeat/#biograf-a-de-los-dramaturgos