Zoom support Webinars- Session one with Suzanne Bell and Kendall Feaver

Thursday 24th

ZOOM- Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YGmS2WT9Q4S3xssC38nCBw

FREE

BSL Interpreted

Join Royal Exchange Theatre Dramaturg and Bruntwood Prize Award winning playwright Kendall Feaver for the first of our four Zoom support webinars.

Thinking of entering the Bruntwood Prize- but unsure? Do you have questions on the eligibility of your script? Uncertain if you are eligible for the new North West Original New Voice Award and Residency? And what’s the difference between a play with music and a musical anyway?

Kendall and Suz will be online for an hour to answer your questions and run though the most frequently asked questions we receive. If you would like a ask a question prior to the event- please email bruntwood.prize@royalexchange.co.uk or tweet us at @bruntwoodprize.

The audience will not appear on screen, so please don’t feel that attending will compromise your anonymity.

Please email bruntwood.prize@royalexchange.co.uk with any further access requests

 

Kendall Feaver

Kendall is an Australian playwright and screenwriter, based between London and Sydney. Kendall’s writing brings untold stories into focus, finding the humour and the humanity in ethically knotty subjects. She’s also a diehard musical theatre fan.

Theatre includes: UNTITLED (commission, National Theatre); YOLK (commission, Manhattan Theatre Club); GODMONEY (commission, Almeida); UNTITLED (commission nt, Belvoir Street Theatre); WHEREVER SHE WANDERS (Griffin Theatre Company, July 2021); MY BRILLIANT CAREER (Belvoir Street Theatre, 2020); THE ALMIGHTY SOMETIMES (Manchester Royal Exchange, 2018).

Screen includes: UNTITLED (commission, Pathé)

Fellowships: Almeida Theatre Genesis Writers Group (2019/20); Phillip Parsons Fellow, Belvoir Street Theatre (2019/20); Bush Theatre Attachment (2018); National Theatre Studio Attachment (2018); National Theatre Musical Theatre Group (2017/18); National Theatre Studio Attachment (2017).

Awards: UK Theatre Award for Best New Play (2019); Nick Enright Prize for Playwriting (2019); Victorian Premier’s Prize for Playwriting (2019), Judges Award, Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting (2015)

 

Photographer Rebecca Hitch.

Published on:
16 Feb 2022

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