RUNNING TIME: 65mins (no interval)
Until today the most dangerous day at the zoo was the Tapir’s caesarian section – but when a hurricane heads straight for Miami, Bonnie rushes to keep her animals safe. However, the danger is deeper and darker than the weather. A tale of animal instinct, fight or flight and a woman trying to trap 50 flamingos in a urinal. An end is a beginning for another, for whom animals are also best friends…
Zoo is performed by Lily Bevan and Lorna Beckett.
Lily trained at RADA. Her writing work includes 'Talking to Strangers' & ‘Dances with Dogs’ (with Sally Phillips, BBC Radio 4, Leicester Square Theatre/Soho Theatre/Assembly), ‘The Guide’ (Screenplay, co-written with Emma Thompson), 'Trump's Women' (RADA,) 'Daffyd's Bunker' RADA) 'Pheasant Plucker' (Bush Theatre/Underbelly,) ‘Cafe Red’ (Trafalgar Studios), ‘Stephen & The Sexy Partridge’ (co-written with Finnian O’Neill, Trafalgar Studios), 'Mock Tudor' (Pleasance/Theatre503), ‘The People of the Town’ (RADA), ‘Avocado’ (co-written with Bekah Brunstetter), ‘A Stab In The Dark’ (Kings Head Theatre / Playwrights Horizons, NYC), ‘In Seine’ (Winner, Monmartre Dionysia, Paris). Acting credits include ‘A Voyage Round My Father’(Donmar Warehouse / Wyndham’s Theatre) and ‘Kindertransport’ (Shared Experience) as well as extensive theatre, radio & TV/film roles. Lily attended Ecole Phillipe Gaulier, the Royal Court Young Writers Programme and the Bush Theatre Emerging Writers group. Lily was shortlisted for the Funny Women Awards. She is currently working on a new project for the Globe Theatre.
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