February 26

March 22, 2015

in CST's Courtyard Theater

by David Greig
directed by Roxana Silbert
from the National Theatre of Scotland
and Royal Shakespeare Company

Roxana Silbert


Roxana Silbert is Artistic Director of Birmingham Repertory Theatre for whom she has directed Moliere's Tartuffe, the world premiere of Khandan (Family) (with the Royal Court) and most recently Of Mice and Men.

Previously, she was Associate Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, where her work included A Soldier in Every Son, Galileo, Measure for Measure, Richard III, Shakespeare Shorts, Such Tweet Sorrow (the world’s first Twitter play), Little Eagles and Brixton Stories.

As Artistic Director of Paines Plough, her work included Orphans, Roaring Trade, Being Norwegian, Between Wolf and Dog, Long Time Dead, Strawberries in January, After the End and Dallas Sweetman.

As Literary Associate of the Traverse Theatre, her work included The Slab Boys, Still Life, The People Next Door, Iron, 15 Seconds and Greenfields.

As Associate Director at the Royal Court, her work included At the Table, Still Nothing, I Was So Lucky, Been So Long, Fairgame, Bazaar, Sweetheart, Essex Girls and Mules.

Her freelance work includes Whistle in the Dark (Citizens, Glasgow), Under the Black Flag (Shakespeare’s Globe), Precious and Blonde Bombshells of 1943 (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Property (National Theatre Studio, London), Damages (The Bush), The Price (Bolton Octagon), Top Girls and Translations (New Vic), Cadillac Ranch (Soho) and Slash Hatch on the E (Donmar).

Radio work includes Hysteria, Billiards, Japanese Gothic Tales, The Tall One, The Tape Recorded Highlights of a Humble Bee, The Good Father and Brace Position.

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