Frozen by Bryony Lavery
Aftershow Q&A on Monday 10 February
Ten-year-old Rhona has gone missing. Her disappearance brings together three strangers, their lives interwoven by horrific circumstances: Rhona’s mother Nancy, left frozen with hope; Ralph, a serial killer; and Agnetha, an academic intent on discovering what drives people to commit such crimes.
First performed in 1998, Bryony Lavery’s Frozen asks challenging questions about grief, revenge, forgiveness and redemption.
Bryony Lavery has written over 50 plays and books including original scripts, translations and theatrical adaptions. Her recent work includes The Lovely Bones (Birmingham Rep), The Midnight Gang (Chichester Festival Theatre), Swallows and Amazons (Storyhouse) and Queen Coal (Sheffield Crucible). She won the TMA Award for Best New Play for Frozen, which was later nominated for four Tony Awards.
Lucy Skilbeck is Director of Actor Training at RADA. She has directed in the West End, National Theatre and Broadway, and previous directing credits at RADA include Chicken Shop, Mrs Klein, Girls and Dolls, Speaking in Tongues and Unprotected.
Please note this production contains smoking and themes of paedophilia, kidnapping, sexualt assault and suicide.
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