Play/writing histories: Navigating the Personal, Public and Institutional stories of theatre space: An Architextural study of the Citizens Theatre.
My Practice-as Research study seeks to develop a methodology for architexting – a mode of playwriting that reveals hidden histories of sites by exploring the dramaturgy of their architecture through text. I propose that playwriting can be utilised in this way as a tool for historiography. My subject site is the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, and in particular its non-performance spaces.
A Short History of the Close Theatre Club (Citizens Theatre, www.citz.co.uk)
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg – Original Production (Citizens Theatre, www.citz.co.uk)
AHRC DTP Scholarship
- Elected Council Member of Scottish Society of Playwrights
- David MacLennan Award 2013
- New Playwrights Award 2014
- Shortlisted for Courtyard Theatre Award 2016