Lady Chatterley's Lover

D.H. Lawrence


Lady Chatterley's Lover

Phillip Breen

Work includes: Lady Chatterly’s Lover adapted by Phillip Breen (Sheffield Theatres/ English Touring Theatre 2016), Mystery Plays by Mike Poulton (York Minster 2016), Cyrano de Bergerac adapted by Anthony Burgess (Theatr Clwyd 2016), Orpheus Descending by Tenessee Williams (Theatre Cocoon, Tokyo 2015), The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Royal Shakespeare Company 2014), True West by Sam Shepherd (Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow, Autumn 2013), Threeway by DC Jackson and Holes by Tom Basden (Edinburgh 2013), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Royal Shakespeare Company), Sex With A Stranger by Stefan Golasewski (Trafalgar Studios), A Day in the Death of Joe Egg by Peter Nichols, his own adaptation of Brecht’s The Resistable Rise of Alberto Ui, The Shadow of a Gunman by Se├ín O'Casey and The Carpenter by Harold Pinter (All for the Citizen's Theatre Glasgow), Direction and design of The Stefan Golazewski Plays (Traverse, Bush, Off-Broadway - 2008 Fringe First Winner, Stage Award Nominee), Party by Tom Basden (Edinburgh, Sydney International Theatre Festival, West End - 2009 Fringe First Winner), Direction and design of Humphrey Kerr is Dymock Watson Nazi Smasher! (2011 Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner, Soho Theatre), The Hard Man by Tom McGrath and Jimmy Boyle (Scottish Touring Consortium - Scottish Critics’ Awards Nominee 2011), The Zam Zam Room: An Evening With His Royal Hipness Lord Buckley (Ronnie Scott's, Soho Theatre, Off Broadway - 2005 Stony Award Nomination, Time Out New York Critics Choice Award, LA, New York and London 2012), The first revival of Joe Penhall's Dumb Show (New Vic Newcastle under Lyme), Vivienne Westwood’s Alternative Christmas Lecture , Measure For Measure (Royal Shakespeare Company), The world premiere of Two Princes by Meredydd Barker, Cariad, Suddenly Last Summer, The Birthday Party (all Theatr Clwyd while director of new writing 2006-08),  I’m Hans Christian Andersen (Edinburgh, Tour and Canberra Festival), The Promise (Union Theatre)

Comedy work includes: Far Too Happy (2001 Perrier Award Nomination -Edinburgh, West End and Tour) 2005 and 2006 Cowards sketch shows, A Few Idiots Who Spoil It For Everyone Else by Mark Watson and Tim Key and the 2010 and 2011 Lady Garden sketch shows as well as their TV taster for BBC Comedy, Further credits include co-curating the 2005 RSC Laugh In including original material from Armando Ianucci and Ken Dodd; he also directs and designs the gala performance at the Biennial Conference for the Alliance of Religions and Conservationists around the world. He has essays on Shakespeare published in Actors’s Shakespeare (Routledge 2011) and Director’s Shakespeare (Routledge 2009)

For further information please visit www.phillipbreen.co.uk

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