Share the Drama – TWP Autumn 23: Exploring Form
Share the Drama – Theatre503 Writers’ Programme Masterclass: Exploring Form, Ruby Thomas
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An opportunity to explore what ‘form’ in theatre means to us and examine the work of some formally radical playwrights, in the hope of deepening and revitalising our approach to form in our own work.
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Date: Wednesday 4 October 2023
Time: 7pm – 9.30pm
Running time of workshop: 2.5 hours – delivered online. Maximum class sizes are 16.
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Ruby Thomas is an actor and writer. Her previous work for theatre includes Either, The Animal Kingdom and Linck & Mülhahn (a finalist for the George Devine Award 2022 and the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize 2023) at Hampstead Theatre. In 2020 she wrote and performed a piece for the Royal Court’s Living Newspaper. She was on attachment at Hampstead Theatre with the Channel 4 Playwrights’ Scheme 2020 and received a Jerwood Commission from the Royal Court in 2021. She was also part of the invitation Writers’ Group at the Royal Court (2018/19) and Soho Theatre Writers’ Lab (2016/17).
For television, she is developing original projects with Route 24 and Origin and writing an episode of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, produced by Moonage for the BBC. For film, she was recently commissioned by the BFI to write horror-mystery The Countess.