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Karla has starred in shows such as HIT & MISS alongside Chloe Sevigny, ITVs LIGHTFIELDS, PRISONERS WIVES for BBC1, and the award winning E4 series MISFITS. Karla also played the lead, Coleen, in Birger Larsen's BAFTA award winning production of MURDER for BBC2. She was one of Screen International's Stars Of Tomorrow in 2012 and has recently wrapped filming UNDER THE DOME for CBS in the US. As a writer Karla wrote IF CHLOE CAN in 2011 for the NYT which premiered at the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue. It is being revived this November 17th at the Ambassadors Theatre. This year, Karla's critically acclaimed play MUSH AND ME won the Ideas Tap Underbelly Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Holden Street Theatres Award which will take the play to the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2015. MUSH AND ME will also play RADAR at the Bush Theatre on 17th & 18th November 2014.
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below is a list of Karla Crome's plays - click on a Play Title for more information
Our Days Of Rage
Our Days Of Rage
Directed by NYT's artistic Director Paul Roseby, 'Our Days of Rage', is written in response to the uprisings across North Africa, the Middle east and Middle england and staged over the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Ten years on from 9/11, a generation of actors and writers brought up on fear will mark this anniversary with an urgent response to the unfolding Drama in North Africa, the Middle east and Middle england. UK students try their hand at anarchy while young arabs fight for the right to protest and are willing to die for their cause. From an arab Spring to another UK Winter of Discontent; the latest battle in the war on terror is coming to a department store near you.
written by Natasha Collie, Karla Crome, Warren Drew, Joel MacCormack, Thom May, David Mumeni, Steve Rolling, Martin Stirling, Kirstie Swain; Director : Paul Roseby; Other : Philip Osment (Dramaturgy)
Old Vic Tunnels, London 18 Aug 2011
National Youth Theatre of Great Britain
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