Dramaturgy involves many processes and there isn’t one approach that works with all writers or on all pieces of theatre. As each play is a unique discovery of understanding human life, every dramaturgical process must reflect and respect this diversity.
Caroline has worked with writers new to the medium of theatre to leading international writers working on multi authored multi lingual plays. Her experience covers the large scale original drama, touring work, site specific plays, multi authored work, writing for younger audiences, adaptations to new writing for youth theatre.
Europa Join characters from across Europe as they struggle to make sense of their ever-changing countries. From a confused arts funding panel in Brussels to a young couple suspected of being terrorists, a multi-cultural mix of 21st Century issues are explored in this satiric and savagely comic snapshot of European life. Written by Steve Waters, Lutz Huebner, Tena Stivicic and Malgorzata Sikorska-Miszcuk and produced by Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Dresden State Theatre, Zagreb Youth Theatre and Teatr Polski Bydygoszcz. The play will tour to all four countries in 2013.
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Mustafa by Naylah Ahmed has been nominated for an Off West End best new play award and toured across the UK in 2012 to venues including Soho theatre, Theatre Royal and Drum Theatre Plymouth and Manchester Royal Exchange produced by Kali Theatre and Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
I killed my Best Friend’s Father by Sushma Joshi was part of Kali Theatre’s 21st anniversary Talkback Festival. Sushma Joshi is a writer living in Nepal.
Kidnapping Cameron by Jennifer Tuckett was produced by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s Young REP company at The Old Rep in July 2012.
AD2050 by Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti (Kali Theatre)
Notes to Future Self by Lucy Caldwell (Birmingham Repertory Theatre and national tour 2011)
Ostrich Boys adapted by Carl Miller from the novel by Keith Gray (Birmingham Repertory Theatre 2011)
Cling to Me like Ivy by Samantha Ellis (Birmingham Repertory Theatre and tour 2010)
First Person Shooter by Paul Jenkins (Birmingham Repertory Theatre 2011)
These Four Streets by Naylah Ahmed, Sonali Bhattacharyya, Jennifer Farmer, Lorna French, Amber Lone and Cheryl Akila Payne (Birmingham Repertory Theatre and regional tour 2009)
Other writers include: