Europa – Our First Migrant May 12 – Sep 13
Touring theatre production based on the myth of Europa, presented at Edinburgh Fringe
and Highland and Island venues with associated workshop programme for schools and
community groups. Funded by Creative Scotland. Cast - Ross Stenhouse, Ruth Tapp and
The Blue Room Nov 07 – Feb 08
Training opportunity for emerging actors culminating in full stage production of David Hare’s adaptation of Schnitzler’s La Ronde at Citizens Theatre, Glasgow.
Cast - Neil McCormack and Karen Fraser.
Feminine Agenda Jun 00 - Apr 01
80 minute video documentary examining the work of playwrights Liz Lochhead Sue Glover, Ann Marie Di Mambro and Nicola McCartney. Sustainable resource to support Contemporary Scottish Theatre Unit of Higher Still Drama.
SAC Lottery Fund in partnership with 10 Local Authorities.
Cast - Ann Scott-Jones, Deirdre Davis, Carol Ann Crawford, Ann Louise Ross Michael Mackenzie, Joel Strachan and Jan Wilson.
A Rose By Any Name Nov 99 - Mar 01
Literary and Dramatic exploration of Romeo and Juliet for students of Higher English.
Full stage production at Mitchell Theatre. Part of Glasgow City Council’s Inspiration from Word Festival 1999.
Revived in 2001 for schools tour supported by Glasgow City, North Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire Councils.
Angry Young Men Nov - Dec 00
National schools tour. Theatre presentation examining John Byrne’s The Slab Boys and Ann Marie Di Mambro’s Brothers of Thunder to support Contemporary Scottish Theatre Unit of Higher Still Drama.
Funded by LT Scotland.
Playboys of the West Jul -Oct 99
90 minute video documentary examining six plays by writers David Greig, Stephen Greenhorn and David Harrower. DV resource to support Contemporary Scottish Theatre Unit of Higher Still Drama. Funded by Glasgow City Council, with support from 14 Local Authorities.
Cast - Billy Boyd, Mark Cox, Julie Duncanson and Catherine Keating. Also featured - Iain Reekie and Philip Howard.
The Write Stuff Nov 98 - Mar 99
Live multi-media presentation for schools exploring Passing Places and Quelques Fleurs, using recorded video
interviews with playwrights Stephen Greenhorn and Liz Lochhead to support Contemporary Scottish Theatre Unit of Higher Still Drama. Part of Glasgow City Council’s Inspiration from Word Festival ’98 with subsequent schools tour.
Crimes of the Conscience Nov 97- Mar 98
Live theatre presentation for schools examining dramatic and social context behind Arthur Miller’s The Crucible to support The Study of a Play in its Theatrical Context Unit of Higher Still Drama.
Supported by Glasgow City Council.