translated by Yuri Kaliada adapted by Alexandra Wood
By Nicolai Khalezin
Following their production of Eurepica. Challenge. here in 2011, the company present a rehearsed reading of their newest piece written especially for actress Adjoa Andoh.
For the Almeida: Crianza; Blood Wedding.
Other theatre includes: Julius Caesar; The Dispute; The Odyssey; Tamburlaine The Great (Royal Shakespeare Company); Stuff Happens; His Dark Materials; The Revengers Tragedy; Or You Could Kiss Me (National Theatre); Breath Boom; Sugar Mummies (Royal Court); The Snow Queen; In The Red and Brown Water; Joe Turner's Come and Gone (Young Vic); Glory!; Pericles (Lyric Hammersmith); A Night At The Circus (KneeHigh); Starstruck (Tricycle Theatre); The Vagina Monologues (Criterion Theatre).
Film includes: Invictus; Julius Caesar; Adulthood; A Rather English Marriage; What My Mother Told Me.
Television includes: Law and Order UK; Scott & Bailey; Dr Who; Mrs Inbetweeny; MI High; Wire In The Blood; Silent Witness; Casualty; Health and Efficiency; Brass Eye; The Tomorrow People; Dalziel & Pascoe; Waiting For God; Eastenders.
Adjoa is a BBC Radio 4 drama regular and the award-winning voice of The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency audiobooks. She will be seen this autumn as Miss Haversham in Great Expectations at the Bristol Old Vic, directed by Neil Bartlett.