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Dougie Blaxland

DOUGIE BLAXLAND

  (1951 - )

Nationality:    British
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Winner of The Watermill Theatre's Raising New Voices Best Play in 2010 for Never Any Fruit, Dougie Blaxland was also a recipient of a Peggy Ramsay Foundation Award in 2011. More recently he was commissioned by the Theatre Royal Bath to write Machamlear, a Shakespearean Soap opera, which was produced as part of the critically acclaimed Shakespeare Unplugged Festival 2012. He has just completed the first ever stage version of Biggles for The Original Theatre Company which will tour nationally in 2014. In addition he is currently working with Jonny Broadbent on a new version of his award-winning play Chauntelceer and Pertelotte for production later this year, as well as adapting a one-woman version of Jane Eyre for Live Wire Theatre Company.

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below is a list of Dougie Blaxland's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Biggles Flies A Fokker Home         Chauntecleer And Pertelotte         Christmas Carol, A  the Musical         Crisis         Degree Of Compulsion, A         Getting Scrap Value         Going Down         Hatching Vain Empires         Hitching Rides Home         Hostage Close To Home, A         If I Were A Carpenter         Jane Eyre: An Autobiography         King of the Choughs, The         Leaving Samson         Marital Moments         Moving In And Taking Over         Never Any Fruit         Public Kind Of Privacy, A         Redeeming Lizzie Reeve         Speaking Ill Of the Dead         That Moment         Wild Woods, The         You'll Never Guess What?



Biggles Flies A Fokker Home

Synopsis:
a spoof of the We Johns novels, our hero Biggles and his lifelong chums algy and Ginger must win the war for King and Country by flying the prototype for the Fokker aKe fighter plane out of Nazi Germany under the noses of a crack regiment of SS storm troopers. Inspired by Monty Pythons famous sketch Biggles Flies Undone, Dougie Blaxlands parody of the ace aviator premieres at the Rondo as the first ever stage version of Biggles.

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Company:
Live Wire Theatre Company

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Genre:
spoof

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Chauntecleer And Pertelotte

Synopsis:
This high energy comedy is a farmyard romping fable which explores the themes of vanity, sexual jealousy and revenge. It is the hilarious tale of an all too cocky cock rooster given his comeuppance by the lovelorn hen Pertelotte. the most striking feature of this "Beasty-Babel-Fable" is the language of the play. Combining something of Chaucer with the verbal playfulness of Stanley Unwin, Dougie Blaxland has created a highly original idiom ideally suited to the allegorical world the characters inhabit. It is a fast moving, physical Drama in which the two actors play numerous roles including hens, monks, nuns, squires and farmers.

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Company:
Live Wire Theatre Company

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Genre:
comedy

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Male:  1            Female:  1            Other:  -

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Christmas Carol, A  the Musical

Synopsis:
This much loved family classic in which the miserly Scrooge comes face to face with past, present and future is revived for the stage in a vibrant new musical adaptation by celebrated playwright Dougie Blaxland with music by Natalie Farmer - Musical Director of the Gloucester theatre Company.

Notes:
written by Dougie Blaxland with music by Natalie Farmer

1st Produced:
the Cotswold Playhouse, Stroud    21 Nov 2012

Company:
Live Wire Theatre

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musical christmas show

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Crisis

Synopsis:
CRISIS is a satirical comedy in which a group of 'sad, separated and sagging' 40 year olds embark on a therapeutic holiday tour in search of psychic health. Led by the irrepressible Trish, the holiday 'rep', and Ivor, the prurient tour bus driver, four complete strangers begin a package coach tour during which they revisit the most traumatic points in their lives in order to confront personal demons and acknowledge hidden secrets. the revelations culminate in the objectionable Gavin`s final confession that he has lived his entire adult life disguising his true identity. CRISIS involves the six actors playing multiple roles in a one act play that moves at break-neck speed.

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New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945768

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Genre:
One act Comedy

Parts:
Male:  3            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Degree Of Compulsion, A

Synopsis:
Conveyer belt degrees, graduate unemployment, the pressure to succeed... expectations collide with reality and individual achievement with mass education... a Degree of Compulsion explores the culture of pressure in schools, family and government, and its devastating effect on individuality, self esteem, and ultimately, mental health.

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First Draft (now blank pages)

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Genre:
Drama

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Male:  2            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Getting Scrap Value

Synopsis:
the play explores the material and psychological impact of redundancy on a man who loses not only his job, but more tragically his sense of self.

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First Draft Theatre Company

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Play/Drama

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Going Down

Synopsis:
Brought up in a loveless home, and labelled as a no-hoper at school, Dave Roberts finds his only sense of belonging as a fanatical supporter of his local football club. although his weekly pilgrimages to the terraces of Scourton City FC provide him with an identity and a purpose in life, they also lead him into violence and ultimately a robbery which he undertakes to save his struggling team. the play moves backwards and forwards in both time and place at break-neck speed, requiring the three male actors who play 21 different parts between them to switch roles without drawing breath. Going Down was first performed as part of a new writers` initiative at Falmouth Arts Centre in Cornwall.

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1st Produced:
Falmouth Arts Centre, Cornwall, UK    2005

Company:
Badlands Theatre Company

1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945522

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Genre:
Dark comedy Comedy

Parts:
Male:  3            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Hatching Vain Empires

Synopsis:
Set in Roman occupied Briton in the first century aD, Hatching Vain empires is a large cast historical Drama which tells the story of the titanic clash between the Celts, led by the passionate and fanatical Boudica, and the Romans, whose Governor Paullinus is known for his cold, calculating rationality. Full of fury and fire, the cultural tensions and the epic nature of Boudica`s struggle are reinforced by the language of this play which moves between the elevated poetry of the Celts and the utilitarian prose of the Romans. Whilst this is a play set nearly two thousand years ago, modern audiences may will see the many parallels between the imperialism of ancient Rome and the expansionist politics of our own age.

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New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945775

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Genre:
Full Length Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  9            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Hitching Rides Home

Synopsis:
Hitching Rides Home tells a sinister story of revenge, manipulation and a struggle for the control of other people`s lives. Jessica Lawson an aging and jaded actress is planning to go to America to resurrect her declining career. She also hopes that her romantic life will be rejuvenated through her relationship with Denny, a young American actor whose motives for the association are very dubious. Tensions are running high as Jessica`s 16 year old daughter, Olivia, objects both to Denny, and to her mother selling the house she has been brought up in. as a result she is refusing to go with her. Into this cauldron steps Rachael Harris who through subtle manipulation and deceit takes over all aspects of Jessica`s life. By the end she owns her house, has taken control of her daughter and she has seduced her lover. Gradually, Rachael`s motives and the family`s secret past are uncovered.

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1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945744

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Male:  1            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Hostage Close To Home, A

Synopsis:
Set in a university city in present day england, 'a Hostage Close to Home' explores what happens when two British students take the daughter of a Middle eastern politician hostage. although they pretend initially that their aims are political, it becomes all too apparent that they are driven by personal motives. as the play develops so do the underlying tensions that exist between the two hostage takers, and which are exploited by amira, who recognises the contradictions in her captors' values and beliefs. This dark, sinister and uncomfortable play reveals both the terrifying gulf in understanding that exists between east and West, and the twisted logic that seeks to justify hostage taking and suicide.

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1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945515

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Male:  1            Female:  2            Other:  -

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If I Were A Carpenter

Synopsis:
a haven of loving support or a cauldron of bubbling tension: what is the real truth about family life in Britain today? Tells the story of three families struggling in their different ways with the pressures of modern urban life. Whilst they might live at the same time, in the same town, they are divided by income, class and aspiration. explores how individual lives can be deeply affected by the agency of Government and all its institutions.

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First Draft Theatre Company

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Genre:
satirical comedy

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Male:  2            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Jane Eyre: An Autobiography

Synopsis:
From a miserable childhood controlled by uncaring adults, Jane Eyre learns to rely on her own resources and determination to make her way in the world. Employed as a governess, she travels across the bleak Yorkshire moors to the Gothic isolation of Thornfield Hall  a house of locked doors with a dark and dangerous secret. there she meets the mysterious but fascinating Mr Rochester. Can the narrow constraints of Victorian society and the demons of the past be overcome? Should Jane be ruled by her head or heart?

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Company:
Live Wire Theatre

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-

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Male:  -            Female:  1            Other:  -

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King of the Choughs, The

Synopsis:
It is the morning of August 11th 1999 and a young Cornish couple make their way to the top of Condolden Hill which overlooks the magical and legendary landscape of Tintagel. In less than two hours total darkness will sweep from the great Atlantic Ocean across Cornwall's Peninsula as the light of the sun is fully eclipsed by the moon for the first time in seventy years. On reaching the summit of the hill a dreadful realisation dawns on the young lovers: impenetrable mist and cloud block out all hope of their witnessing one of the world's great miracles. As they wait, fearing the cloud will not lift and the mystical beauty of the eclipse will pass unseen, a stranger approaches and tell them of another period in Cornwall's long Celtic history when the county fell dark and the chivalric spirit of King Arthur seemed lost.

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1st Produced:
Minack Theatre, Penzance    19 May 2014

Company:
Trebiggan Productions

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Music:
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play

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Leaving Samson

Synopsis:
Leaving Samson is based on a true story of the eviction of the women of Samson, one of the Isles of Scilly, in the mid 19th century. the play explores the way the women of the island face the loss of all their men folk who are tragically drowned whilst trying to secure a wreck for salvage in a raging storm. the bereaved community`s way of life is doomed, however, when the island`s water becomes contaminated by salt. Whilst Leaving Samson Dramatises a struggle for survival, it also addresses the ambiguous relationship that the women have with an island culture which has made them subordinate to their men. Leaving Samson, which was runner-up in the 2005 New Plays UK Festival, has been successfully performed by schools and amateur theatre groups.

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1st Produced:
the Lane Theatre Newquay    1996

Company:
Hemingways Emporium

1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945539

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Genre:
Historical Tragedy Historical

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  14            Other:  Chorus of women and children

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Marital Moments

Synopsis:
Married couples around the country are clammering to appear on another reality TV show where winning depends on who has the least happy marriage. all the terrible tales of wedded woe are acted, not by the couples themselves, but by aspiring stars and thespians in the style of their favourite film stars. This exciting show takes the form of a live television show and was especially written for this new Cornish company

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Hemmingway's Emporium.

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Genre:
Play/Drama

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Moving In And Taking Over

Synopsis:
Set in the present day in a northern english town, Moving in and Taking Over tells the story of Luigi Martello, a small, local business man, who refuses to sell his cafe to one of the world's largest retail chains, frustrating the ambitions both of one of the world's largest retail chains, and the Chairman of the local council who plans to make political capital out of the company's arrival in the town. In a final ironic twist, which serves to question the Chairman's narrow concept of British history and heritage, it transpires that Luigi's cafe stands on the site of a Roman villa. Moving in and Taking Over was the winner of the New Plays UK 2004 Festival, and of the Pomegranate New Playwright's Festival 2004.

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1st Produced:
Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield    2004

Company:
Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield

1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945454

Music:
-

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Genre:
Satirical Comedy Satire

Parts:
Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Never Any Fruit

Synopsis:
When a cruel twist of fate left Isla Rose trapped between life and death all she needed was a friend. then along came Jack. This quirky play questions love, chance and the intricate workings of a thing we call life. Boy meets girl but definitely not a love story.

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Genre:
Play/Drama

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Male:  1            Female:  1            Other:  -

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Public Kind Of Privacy, A

Synopsis:
Set in a shadowy and sinister political landscape with obvious parallels to Orwell's 1984, a Public Kind of Privacy reveals and explores the nature of institutional prejudice against gay lesbian relationships. the mainspring for this Drama is the meteoric rise of a young female politician to high office. Her promotion, however, requires her to suppress and deny her sexuality. From the outset she grapples with the all-pervasive male influence of 'Himself', an unseen political leader and puppet master who seeks to control everything within his crumbling administration including the private lives of his ministers.

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Company:
First Draft Theatre Company

1st Published:
New Theatre Publications, 2006   -

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Genre:
Political Satire Satire

Parts:
Male:  1            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Redeeming Lizzie Reeve

Synopsis:
a play for an all-female cast, Redeeming Lizzie Reeve, is a Victorian meloDrama which tells the story of a working class orphan girl brought up in a miserable and cruel institution which is run by the evil Mother Worsted. the girl appears to have been saved from a life of drudgery and despair when she is taken in by the wealthy philanthropist, Lady arabElla Widdowson. Her hopes for happiness are dashed, however, when Lady arabella`s nieces, jealous of their aunt`s affection for the orphan girl, hatch a scheme which results in her being convicted of a theft she has not committed. the play has a Dramatic twist at the end when Lady arabella, having discovered her nieces' plot arrives too late to save the innocent girl from being hanged.

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New Theatre Publications (2006)   978-1840945751

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Genre:
Full Length Comedy

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  15            Other:  -

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Speaking Ill Of the Dead

Synopsis:
a gripping one act play for an all-female cast, Speaking Ill of the Dead explores the raw and intense emotions of 6 women immediately following the funeral of a man to whom they were all closely connected. In an atmosphere of increasing suspicion and recrimination they re-live their personal memories and in so doing uncover uncomfortable truths about themselves as well as the man they have lost. there are numerous twists and turns in this fast paced and cleverly plotted play by award-winning writer Dougie Blaxland. Speaking Ill of the Dead has been successfully staged by schools, and both theatre companies, both amateur and professional.

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1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2008)   978-1840946437

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Genre:
One act Play/Drama

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Male:  -            Female:  6            Other:  -

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That Moment

Synopsis:
Welcome to the increasingly bizarre world of alicia Harding. another Drama-school drop out, alicia has done the rounds. the excitement of a contract with a mediocre agent. the endless rounds of fringe theatre. the bit parts on the Bill. the appearance of old 'friends' in prime time shows as she munches her pot-noodle. the low-level hope that this show, THIS show, has to be the springboard she's been waiting for. But alicia has had enough. an audition with the corpulent Director Simon Cardew throws up an interesting opportunity. to dog sit. Stranded in his dirty flat, with only the increasingly spooky and selectively incontinent dog for company, she does what any desperate, needy, going-slightly-bonkers actress would do: she breaks into his email account and sets about righting the wrongs.

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Live Wire Productions

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Genre:
One act

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Male:  -            Female:  1            Other:  -

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Wild Woods, The

Synopsis:
Based on the tale of Hansel and Gretel the Wild Woods tells the story of two children left alone by their woodcutter Father and wicked step mother in a dark and enchanted wood. Here they encounter numerous other fairy tale characters including Goldilocks, Little Red Riding Hood, CinderElla and the inevitable Wolf. Confusion reigns as these fantasy figures become mixed up in each other's stories. all ends well, however, when the Good Fairy saves the young heroes from the clutches of the Witch, her diabolical assistants and the slobbering Swamp Toads. Originally written as a promenading play the Wild Woods by award winning writer Dougie Blaxland has been successfully staged in theatres by many schools, community groups and amateur companies. Other cast: 5 Silver Birds (male or female), 4 assistant Witches (female), 4 Swamp Toads (male or female)

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1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2008)   978-1840946420

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Genre:
Full Length Comedy

Parts:
Male:  11            Female:  11            Other:  -

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You'll Never Guess What?

Synopsis:
Three friends who have never moved from the town where they were born go back to their school after 20 years in the hope of meeting an old school friend who has become an international celebrity. Tina Goddard who has made it big in show business has been invited back to her alma mater to open a new performing Arts block. Whilst tensions and jealousies emerge as the three friends face up to the reasons for their under achievement, it soon becomes clear that Tina Goddard's life is not quite the success we had been led to believe. You'll Never Guess What? We Went to School with Tina Goddard by award winning writer Dougie Blaxland was performed to critical acclaim at the Ustinov Studio Bath in 2004 and has since been successfully staged by numerous girls' schools and theatre groups.

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1st Published:
New Theatre Publications (2008)   978-1840946444

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Genre:
Full Length Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  14            Other:  -

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