Stephanie Dale writes for stage, radio and large-scale, site specific theatre.
Current Commissions include:
Losing Paradise (BBC Radio Four) and Octopus (RSC)
Recent work includes: Persuasion (Theatre6, spring and autumn national tour, 2018); Giants on the Hill (Centric Theatre/Arena Theatre, regional tour 2016); The Lost Boy (Theatre in the Quarter,2016); A World Beyond Man (Centric Theatre, national tour, 2015); For the Past 30 Years (Women and Theatre/ Birmingham REP, 2015); Alice (Theatre in the Quarter, 2014); Chester Mystery Plays (cast of 250 at Chester Cathedral, June-July 2013); an adaptation of Moonfleet which toured the South West (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, 2013) and The Witches’ Promise (cast of 120, Birmingham REP @ Weoley Castle Ruins, July 2012).
Other work includes: Mary Macarthur (Midland Actors Theatre) and A Time to Keep co-written with David Edgar, cast of 130, (Dorchester Community Play Association, November 2007.) A Time to Keep is published by Nick Hern Books.
For BBC Radio Four: Believe Me; The Wife; What’s Missing From Your Life? (The Men); What’s Missing From Your Life? (The Women); and Written in Mist – co-written with Ieaun Watkins.
For film: Walk my Journey – lyrics to accompany an award-winning film about young refugees living in the UK. The film involved 700 children from across Cheshire, 2019.
For more information go to: www.stephaniedale.org