National Theatre of Scotland's

The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

September 26

October 28, 2012

Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare

A World's Stage Production
from Scotland
written by David Greig
directed by Wils Wilson

David Greig


David Greig is a playwright, screenwriter and director. His work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes One Day in Spring, Dunsinane, Peter Pan, The Bacchae and Gobbo. Other recent theatre work includes Yellow Moon, The Monster in the Hall, The American Pilot, Midsummer, Miniskirts of Kabul, Damascus, Pyrenees, San Diego, Outlying Islands and The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union. Work with Suspect Culture includes 8000m, Lament and Mainstream. Translations and adaptations include Tintin in Tibet and King Ubu. Radio plays include The American Pilot, An Ember in the Straw and Being Norwegian. Screenplays and television work include M8 and Nightlife. The Traverse Theatre's 2002 production of Outlying Islands won a Scotsman Fringe First, Herald Angel and Best New Play at the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland. San Diego (Edinburgh International Festival/ Tron, Glasgow) won a Herald Angel and the award for Best New Play at the Tron Theatre Awards 2003. David has also won the John Whiting award and a Creative Scotland award.

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