Alexandra is a playwright from London. Her new play, THE TYLER SISTERS, will be produced at Hampstead Theatre from December.
Her plays include NEVER VERA BLUE (Futures Theatre); THE HUMAN EAR (Paines Plough); AGES (Old Vic New Voices); a translation of Manfred Karge’s MAN TO MAN (Wales Millennium Centre and Edinburgh Fringe); MERIT (Plymouth Drum); THE INITIATE (Paines Plough, winner of a Scotsman Fringe First); THE EMPTY QUARTER (Hampstead); an adaptation of Jung Chang’s WILD SWANS (Young Vic/ART); THE CENTRE (Islington Community Theatre); UNBROKEN (Gate); THE LION’S MOUTH (Rough Cuts/Royal Court); THE ELEVENTH CAPITAL (Royal Court) and the radio play TWELVE YEARS (BBC Radio 4).
Short plays include THE DRIVING RAGE (Paines Plough/National Trust); POPE’S GROTTO (Paines Plough/Come to Where I’m From), MY NAME IS TANIA HEAD (Decade/Headlong) and work for the Royal Court, Oxford School of Drama, Rose Bruford College, Dry Write, nabokov and curious directive.
Alexandra is a past winner of the George Devine Award and was the Big Room Playwright-in-Residence at Paines Plough in 2013. She is currently working on an adaptation for The Watermill Theatre and an original play for Vicky Graham Productions.
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