Produced by Glass Half Full Theatre in association with Theatre503
Melissa wakes up after collapsing at her Cancer party . . . yes a cancer party. And she can’t tell you if she’s dead or alive but she can tell you the story of her life. Join Melissa in this hilarious and heart wrenching story of one women, one party and a cancer diagnosis.
Glass Half Full Theatre are dedicated to telling contemporary stories that are engaging, funny and thought provoking. They aim to make theatre for all, unpretentious, real, hard hitting and FUN!
Recent productions include:
★★★★ Our Big Love Story The Hope Theatre, 2018
★★★★ Walk of Shame The White bear Theatre, 2018
“Hopefully there is a lot more to come from this bold new company” Carn’s Theatre
Stephanie is the Artistic Director of Glass Half Full Theatre and New Writing producer for campaign Actor Awareness. She is also a registered Children’s nurse.
She wrote auto-biographical 4-Star ‘The Monologues of a Tired Nurse’. Her second play ‘C’est La Vie’ was produced by ‘Owl and Cat Theatre’ and Directed by Thomas Ian Doyle, Australia 2017 as part of their Storm in a Teacup Season, It opened to 4- Star reviews. She also wrote, produced and assisted directed 4 Star ‘Our Big Love Story’ The Hope Theatre, March 2018 which went on to The International Youth Arts Festival and was nominated for BEST OF FRINGE.
Her recent production she wrote and directed ‘How To Save a Life’ was nominated for SIT UP awards 2019 and ran at Underbelly, Edinburgh to 4/5 star reviews and proudly supports Jo’s Cervical Cancer trust. Stephanie was also part of The New Criterion writing course April 2019. She is currently working on adapting ‘Our Big Love Story’ into a musical.
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