Paul Higgins (Writer/Sergeant) returns to the National Theatre of Scotland, where his credits include Caledonia (Edinburgh International Festival). Mr. Higgins was a member of the original Black Watch cast at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2006, and toured with the production to the US in 2007. Other theater credits include: The White Guard, Paul, An Enemy of the People (Ahmanson, Los Angeles); The Hare Trilogy (National Theatre, London); Damascus (Traverse, Edinburgh; Tricycle, London; and Middle East tour); The Tempest (Tron, Glasgow); The Cosmonautís Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union (Donmar Warehouse, London); Macbeth, Conversations After a Burial (Almeida, London); Measure for Measure (Royal Shakespeare Company); Night Songs, American Bagpipes, The Conquest of the South Pole (Royal Court, London); Buried Alive, The Maiden Stone (Hampstead, London); The Way of the World, Romeo and Juliet, The Odd Women, A View from the Bridge (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Macbeth (English Touring Theatre/Lyric Hammersmith, London); The Slab Boys Trilogy (Young Vic, London); The Lady from the Sea (Lyric Hammersmith/West Yorkshire Playhouse); A Wholly Healthy Glasgow (Royal Court/ Royal Exchange); and The Birthday Party (Shared Experience). Film work includes: In the Loop, Red Road, Complicity and Bedrooms and Hallways. Television work includes: Vera, The Wrong Man, Silent Witness, No Holds Bard, The Thick of It, The Last Enemy, Low Winter Sun, The Negotiator, Staying Alive, Doctor Finlay, Tumbledown and A Very Peculiar Practice. Radio work includes Boswell's Life of Johnson. Mr. Higgins made his professional debut as a playwright with Nobody Will Ever Forgive Us, co-produced by the National Theatre of Scotland and the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, in 2008.
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