National Theatre of Scotland's

Black Watch

April 8

May 7, 2011

at the Broadway Armory, 5917 N. Broadway.

A World's Stage Production
from Scotland
by Gregory Burke
directed by John Tiffany

Paul Higgins


Paul Higgins 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 Cosmonaut’s 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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