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Stephen Laughton

Writer

Agent

Nick Quinn

Stephen’s critically acclaimed play, SCREENS, opened at Theatre503 in August 2016 to rave reviews. His play RUN also opened to critical acclaim and sell out shows at Vault Festival  in February 2016. It is published in Plays from VAULT, an anthology comprising five of the best plays from the festival. Stephen was recently on attachment to Headlong Theatre, as part of their new Headstart writers’ programme. In January 2015, his play, NINE, was part of the PlayWROUGHT#3 Festival at the Arcola Theatre. Stephen has been involved with various theatres in the UK – he is an alumnus of the Royal Court’s Invitational Writers’ Group, the Skylines programme, at the Hampstead Theatre and he was part of a series of development workshops with the Young Vic Theatre and SoundBites. His first play MARINA ABRAMOVIC IS STARING AT ME opened Terra Firma Theatre’s 2011-12 Boxcar Reading Series in New York at the Railroad Playhouse in Newburgh, before moving on to the Cell Theatre in Manhattan.

Stephen is developing a feature film THE HOBBY with Blacklisted Films, and he is working on a script for emerging director Ryan Andrew’s second feature film, THE LAKE; a follow up to his successful debut ELFIE HOPKINS: CANNIBAL HUNTER. For television he worked with Lime Pictures on an original series BLACK HILL.

Prior to life as a writer Stephen worked as an Associate Producer on a range of critically acclaimed film and TV productions: projects including the Academy Award shortlisted UNKNOWN WHITE MALE and multi-award winning TOTTENHAM AYATOLLAH. Stephen co-directed a short-film RECOMPENSE, which screened at the BFI and was an official selection for the New York Independent Film Festival, where it won Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Directorial Debut in the Short Film Category. He directed BALLOON at the Southwark Theatre in January 2016. And is the writer/director on THE BIGGEST TARANTINO FAN IN THE WORLD which goes into production in January 2017.

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