National Theatre of Scotland's

The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

November 26 - 28, 2012

Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare

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

David McKay


David McKay trained at Glasgow Arts Centre. His previous work for the National Theatre of Scotland includes Aalst. Other theatre credits include The Apprentice (Òran Mór) Four Men and a Poker Game (Metis), The Tempest, Salvation (Tron), Wishing Tree, Damaged Goods (Wiseguise), One, Two, Hey! (Traverse), The Conquest of the South Pole (Raindog), Of Mice and Men (Brunton, Musselburgh), Shining Souls, Hansel and Gretel, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, (Citizens, Glasgow), As You Like It, The Games a Bogie (Scottish tour), Ten Days in May, Pals (Cumbernauld), Smugglers, Tellyitis, An' Me Wi' a Bad Leg Tae, When Hair Was Long and Time Was Short (Borderline), The Celtic Story, Harmony Row (Wildcat), The Big Move (Skint Knees), Wuthering Heights (Birds of Paradise) and Hair of the Dog (Dependency Culture). TV work includes Shoe Box Zoo, Looking After Jo-Jo, The Tales of Parahandy, Down Among the Big Boys, Justice Game, Down Where the Buffalo Go, Workhorses, Rab C Nesbitt, Stookie and Taggart. Film work includes Village on the Roof, The Gift, Neds, Ae Fond Kiss, Once Upon a Time in the Midlands, My Name is Joe, Les Miserables, Braveheart, Initiation, Close, Nightlife, Joyride, The Girl in the Picture and As Far As You've Come.

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