Directing Experience

La Compagnie du Cèdre
(Since 1996) Artistic Director

Responsible for the management of the company

Productions for the Company:

• May 2012  "The Lover The Wife" (Brighton Fringe Festival)
• May 2012  "Une Ile" by Raymonde CERET (Brighton Fringe Festival)
• April 2008  
‘Gift to the Future”  (written and directed)
• May 2006  "Un Chameau dans un Tempête de Sable" (written and directed)
• March 2005 "MEN !!!" (written through improvisation and directed)
Centre Culturel Christiane Peugeot (International Women’s Day and subsequent tour)
• November 2002 "TU N’AS PAS HONTE de demander de l’argent de quelqu’un plus petit que toi ?" 
Théâtre Espace Georges Simenon Rosny-sous-Bois and subsequent tour (written and directed)
• April / May  2001 "TABLEAUX AMOUREUX" Théâtre de Nesle, Paris (written and directed)
Bilingual play based on scenes from Shakespeare
(One World, 5 Continents, 5 Creation myths)
Théâtre Espace Georges Simenon Rosny-sous-Bois
Production commissioned by the Youth Service .
• October and Christmas 2000 "CONTES DE LUMIERE" (Tales of Light)
Rosny-sous-Bois library
Production commissioned for the BookFest
• 1998  “CONTE'ACTS" (written and directed)
Collection of fairy stories and traditional tales for children 
• 1997 "SHORT TALES" (written and directed)
Collection of fairy stories and traditional tales presented in bilingual format 
• 1996 SHORT SCENES" (written and directed)
Short humorous sketches built around grammar points for secondary level students.

Jericho Theatrical Productions Ltd. London
(1985 - 1989) Artistic Director

Productions for the Company:

6 month tour subsidised by the Greater London Council
Canadian play about immigration
• 1985/1988 "A LOVER AND HIS LASS"
National tours to small scale theatres.
Love scenes from Shakespeare.

(1976 -1999) Other Directing Experience

•  BALLOON, - Nathalie Lovieff. National tour of France (les Ateliers Voyageurs) 1993
• AMADEUS, - Peter Shaffer. Assistant to Paul Giovanni, (Triumph Theatre Productions)
National N° 1 Tour subsidised by the Arts Council of Great Britain  1986
• THE LOVER, - Harold Pinter. Corner House Theatre, London 1983
• NO, WHY?, - John Whiting. Corner House Theatre, London 1983
• SCHUBERT, - Ronald Harwood. Upstream Theatre, London 1982
• OUR OWN PEOPLE, - David Edgar. Asian Festival 1981
• CUCKOLDS ALL AWRY, Theatre and Dance. (Nonsuch History & Dance).
(The Commonwealth Institute, London), 1979
• SWEET CHARITY- Kamloops Players, (Kamloops B.C.Canada) 1976 (semi amateur) 
• 12 O'CLOCK ON THE PLAZA, (written and directed), 
Plaza Plavers. (Edmonton. Alberta Canada). 1976

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