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Hattie Naylor

HATTIE NAYLOR

  

Nationality:    British
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Literary Agent:    United Agents  represented by Giles Smart

Hattie Naylor was studying painting at the Slade School of Art when her first play was accepted in the BBC Radio Young Playwrights Festival. She has won several national and international awards for her plays and has had over forty plays, three short stories and an opera broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and/or 3. IVAN AND the DOGS for Soho Theatre with ATC was nominated in the 2010 Olivier Awards for Outstanding Achievement. the radio version of IVAN AND the DOGS, directed and edited by Paul Dodgson, won the Tinniswood Award for Best Original Radio Drama in 2009. the play has been translated into eight languages and productions are currently running in Brazil, Holland, the US, Greece, and Tbilisi, GeorgiA. Other recent productions include a bloodthirsty re-working of the NUTCRACKER for Theatre Royal Bath, and the opera PICCARD IN SPACE with composer Will Gregory (Goldfrapp) for Radio 3 and the Southbank, conducted by Charles Hazlewood and directed by Jude Kelly. Other recent work include adaptations of CLARISSA, and the current serialization of the DIARIES OF SAMUEL PEPYS both for BBC Radio 4, and GOING DARK with Sound and Fury (Critics Choice in both the Guardian and Time Out) at the Young Vic this year.

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        Alice through the Looking Glass         Arabian Nights, The         Ben Hur         Bluebeard         Clause 39         Comfort         Country of the Blind, The         Daphnis and Chloe by Longus         Dusty's Story         Faust For Kids         French Detective And the Blue Dog, The         Going Dark         House on Hellmouth Hill, The         Ivan And the Dogs         Judgement Of Macbeth, The         Jungle Book, The         Midsummer Night's Dream, A         Moominland Midwinter         Mother Savage         My Life as a Fairytale         Night Watch, The         Nutcracker, The         Odysseus Unwound         Odyssey, The         Overcoat, The         Picard In Space         Puzzle Club         Red Shoes         Ruby And the Big Top         Shiver



Alice through the Looking Glass

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Beyond the looking glass. Everything's contrariwise. O frabjous day! it'll be brilling!

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Arabian Nights, The

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Bath Storm On The Lawn Festival     2003

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Ben Hur

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the life and times of Judah Ben-Hur, whose extraordinary journey takes him from wealthy merchant to galley slave to champion charioteer and witness at the Crucifixion, will be recreated by the people of Bath in one of the most astonishing productions ever staged at the theatre Royal. Originally published as a novel in 1880 by American General and author, Lew Wallace, it was William Wyler's 1959 film which starred Charlton Heston in the title role, and won no less than 11 Academy Awards, which really caught the public's imagination. Now this monumental tour-de-force will be staged in the glorious arena of the newly-restored theatre Royal Main House. A cast of more than 300 of your relatives, friends and neighbours will be working alongside a professional production team to create one of the most visually exciting and theatrically impressive productions your family is ever likely to see, an epic in every sense.
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=work&genre=P&gname=Play&wid=S1814353600

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book by Lew Wallace

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Bluebeard

Bluebeard
In his chamber, Bluebeard talks with tender intimacy. His passion is disconcerting, as is his belief in the beauty of his deviant, violent, sexual acts. Will he rePulse or entertain? Or will he seduce you? With its provocative, intelligently handled exploration of sexually motivated violence, Bluebeard is a psycho-sexual, stark and violent reimagining of the famous fairy-tale.

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Bristol Old Vic Ferment and Gallivant

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Clause 39

Synopsis:
No free man shall be seized or imprisoned. . . except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the creation of Magna Carta, Salisbury Playhouse's acclaimed Stage '65 Youth Theatre is performing a specially commissioned play at Salisbury Cathedral. Clause 39 has been written by Olivier Award nominated playwright Hattie Naylor and takes as its theme one of the most famous parts of Magna Carta - that everyone shall be entitled to trial by jury - and its relevance to young people today. Atmospheric, unique and unforgettable, there are just four performances of Clause 39 at Salisbury Cathedral. As part of this promenade event audiences will be guided around the Cathedral as the action unfolds.

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1st Produced:
Salisbury Cathedral, Wilts     20 Sat 2015

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Salisbury Playhouse Stage '65 Youth Theatre and Salisbury Cathedral Production

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promenade piece

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Comfort

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Islington Community Theatre     2012

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Country of the Blind, The

Synopsis:
A parable from the mountains of South America. A man called Nunez falls from a mountain. He finds himself in a beautiful valley where everyone is blind. the people of the valley live peacefully, working through the cold night and sleeping in the warm day. they do not believe in the idea of sight. A story of ambition, power and rejection.
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=production&genre=P&gname=Play&wid=T01270448846

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Adapted from A short story by H.G. Wells.

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Theatre Royal Bath Young People's Theatre

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Daphnis and Chloe by Longus

Synopsis:
Daphnis and Chloe is the only known work of the 2nd century AD Greek novelist and romancer Longus. It is set on the isle of Lesbos during the 2nd century AD, where the writer lived. Its style is romantic and pastoral; in Hattie Naylors version, the shepherd and shepherdess named in the title bring sex and 21st century human interest to this classic rural tale.

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part of A Play, A Pie And A Pint classic cuts season

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short play

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Dusty's Story

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Dusty has been troubled by the death of her favourite-ever person for a year now. Her Aunt won't let her mention his name, no one says 'sorry to hear' anymore, an orchestra practices requiem's beneath her window every night and on top of everything else her bedroom walls have started to move in. Dusty's Story is a fabulist comic tale of loss and renewal, from a decidedly dark and delicious place.
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=work&genre=P&gname=Play&wid=S846370131

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Faust For Kids

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part of "Walking the Tightrope: The tension between art and politics"

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five min play

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French Detective And the Blue Dog, The

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Going Dark

Going Dark
How far can you see? A mile? A hundred miles? Or to the furthest shores of the Universe to a far away galaxy? It's Max's job to ask the cosmic questions. Passionate about astronomy, he works as the narrator at the city's Planetarium where he challenges his dwindling audiences with the mysteries of the stars and science. But in a society polluting the night sky with light and happier to explore the heavens on a smartphone he feels increasingly out of place. When his own life takes an unexpected turn, Max discovers that seeing doesn't necessarily bring insight and that understanding the universe requires a different kind of vision. . . Going Dark is a one-man show, set in a planetarium, devised by Sound&Fury. Using innovative immersive surround sound design, total darkness and imaginative lighting, it reawakens our wonder at the cosmos and reveals how one man's vision becomes illuminated by darkness.

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Written by Hattie Naylor in collaboration with Sound&Fury: Mark Espiner, Dan Jones And Tom Espiner

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Sound&Fury and Fuel

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Methuen Drama, London   978-1408178492

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http://www.Theatrerecord.org/, Theatre Record Vol XXXI (2011) Page 1273

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House on Hellmouth Hill, The

Synopsis:
Buffy meets Beetlejuice in this spooky musical. Viv Lush and her daughter are shown around the only house they can afford in the area by slimey estate agent Kevin Kraven. But there are a few things wrong: the house is damp, old, has no central heating, and it is hell bent on the destruction of mankind. Will they escape the scream room? Will they ever find the front door again? Or will Mrs Bell Zabub and her ghouls get them? A teenage horrorfest to chill and thrill suitage for ages 10+
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=work&genre=M&gname=Musical&wid=S02078394197

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by Paul Dodgson And Hattie Naylor

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Ivan And the Dogs

Ivan And the Dogs
All the money went and there was nothing to buy food with. So Mothers and Fathers tried to find things they could get rid of, things that ate, things that drank or things that needed to be kept warm. the dogs went first'. In a recession-ravaged city, what do you do when the money runs out? Based on the extraordinary true story of Ivan Mishukov, Ivan and the Dogs is a spellbinding story of survival, conjuring the streets of Moscow in the 1990s through the eyes of a child.

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First developed by Pier Productions Ltd for BBC Radio

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Methuen Drama    978-1408140413

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Judgement Of Macbeth, The

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As part of Shakespeare Unplugged Festival 2012

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Jungle Book, The

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Stages Theatre, Minneapolis     2009

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Midsummer Night's Dream, A

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A fairy queen and king argue ruthlessly and the world turns upside down - and Puck - the fairy devil with a cheeky glimmer in his eye - doesn't help. the mortal Kings and Queens play the parent card and deny their daughters the boyfriends of their choice. And Puck really doesn't help. Bottom the Weaver is to perform in a play at the palace and play all the parts himself. He's not a very good actor so that should be a laugh. Puck really, really doesn't help. In fact, thanks to Puck, these young lovers give each other serious grief and the glamorous fairy queen falls in love with a donkey! Did you ever?! Really, grown-ups in love make such fools of themselves! With songs, puppets and knockabout humour Shakespeare's story is faithfully adapted for a young audience losing none if its poetry, magic and beauty and, amazingly, is performed by just four actors. Age 7+
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=production&genre=K&gname=Kids+show&wid=T0161508498

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Original Playwright - Shakespeare

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Shakespeare Unplugged

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Adaptation

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Moominland Midwinter

Synopsis:
The Moomins come to life on stage this Christmas in a show starring Moomintroll, Little My, Too-Ticky, The Hemulen, Snork Maiden and Moominmamma! Join us in Moominland where actors and beautiful hand-creafted, full-sized puppets perform a brand new adaptation of one of Tove Jansson's best-loved original stories, accompanied by a specially-written soundtrack. ...Waking early from his winter hibernation, Moomintroll sets off to explore a snowy Moominland, but the places which he knows so well in summer have all changed. He finds Too-Ticky and her invisible shrews living in his summer bathing house and Little My wearing Moominmamma's tray and tea-cosy! Following a run-in with the Lady of the Cold and a certain forgetful Squirrel, Moomintroll is forced to make some very grown-up decisions. . .Heart-warming, humorous and spell-binding, this is a wonderful Christmas show for all the family to enjoy together. Moomin facts! Tove Jansson's Moomin stories are loved all over the world, crossing barriers of language, age and culture. The books have been translated into 43 different languages and have also been animated and turned into a feature film. This is the first Moomin production to have appeared on the stage in the UK.

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Tove Jansson, translated by Thomas Warburton, adapted by Hattie Naylor

1st Produced:
Waterside Arts Centre, Sale     08 Dec 2015

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Horse + Bamboo and the egg

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TYA

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Mother Savage

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This brutal and shocking play explores the devastating effects of war through the relationship of a mother and a young boy soldier. Set in an occupied territory, the mother and the boy develop an unexpected understanding after he forcibly moves himself into her home. But the news that her only son has been killed at the front unleashes a tide of bitterness and violence.
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=production&genre=P&gname=Play&wid=T0883668241

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music by Sarah Moody; Dramaturg Hattie Naylor

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Travelling Light

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My Life as a Fairytale

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the amazing story of the author Hans Christian Andersen begins in provincial Denmark and ends with international acclaim for tales such as the Little Mermaid, the Tin Soldier and the Ugly Duckling. Writer Hattie Naylor intertwines fairy tales and history in this epic account of the world's greatest story-teller. His was a life with one principle aim - to be famous, an aim he achieved but which was to prove his ultimate emotional downfall. Watch his story unfold through the telling of his tales.
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=work&genre=P&gname=Play&wid=S1781432932

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Biographical

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Night Watch, The

Synopsis:
It's the late 1940s. Calm has returned to London and five people are recovering from the chaos of war. In scenes set in a quiet dating agency, a bombed out church and a prison cell, the stories of these five lives begin to intertwine, and we uncover the desire and regret that has bound them together Sarah Waters' story of illicit love and everyday heroism takes us from a dazed and shattered post-war Britain back into the heart of the Blitz, towards the secrets that are hidden there.

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adapted from book by Sarah Waters

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Nutcracker, The

Synopsis:
Bath's egg theatre explodes into a riot of colour, song and gothic fantasy in their Christmas production, the Nutcracker. Written in 1816 by German novelist E.T.A. Hoffman,the Nutcracker and the Mouse King was never intended for a child audience: with its grotesque, seven-headed Mouse King and a gruesome attack upon an infant, the bleak, gothic pessimism of the original has little in common with the sugar-plum, happy-ever-after sweetness of the obligatory yuletide ballet.
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Odysseus Unwound

Synopsis:
the Mediterranean meets the North Sea in an extraordinary operatic voyage around the story of Odysseus, told in a unique collaboration between the UK's most forward-looking opera company and the spinners and knitters of the Shetland Islands. With Tete a Tete's outstanding musicianship and sense of visual theatre and the Shetland craftspeople's ancient art, this ageless story is brought right into the 21st century as we re-spin the tale of Odysseus as damaged and confused warrior, returning from a futile conflict between East and West, on his magical journeys through mysterious islands.
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=work&genre=O&gname=Opera+or+Operetta&wid=S01313178534

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music Julian Grant; lyrics Hattie Naylor

1st Produced:
Alexandra Palace, London     10 Oct 2006

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Opera

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Odyssey, The

Odyssey, The
Homer's epic poem tells the story of the most famous fictional journey in Western Culture: the Odysseus finally reaches his homeland of Ithaka; ten years at war, ten years at sea: what does it mean to be a hero? Having faced the terror of Skylla, Charybdis and the Cyclops, resisted the charms of Circe and seen all his men die, he must now confront himself. Odysseus must meet the son he last saw as a baby and the wife he left twenty years ago, now he must face the suitors who have tried to take his place.
http://arts-archive.com/index.php?pg=12&action=production&genre=P&gname=Play&wid=T01296443398

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Storm on the Lawn

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Methuen Drama    978-1408106730

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Overcoat, The

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Joint commission. Composer: Kenneth Hesketh

1st Produced:
Almeida Opera / Eno    

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Schott Music   -

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Picard In Space

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Libretto written for new operetta written by Will Gregory

1st Produced:
Southbank Centre - Queen Elizabeth Hall     2011

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opera

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Puzzle Club

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Various     1991

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Red Shoes

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Filton College     1997

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Ruby And the Big Top

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Bea Theatre / Uk Tour     2006

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Shiver

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Matthew has disappeared or may be dead. Fiancee Gwendolyn spends her time in the bath. Have you ever been haunted by the living or the dead? Matthew didn't come back, the family waited and waited, they listened to the wind and the water, until they heard him say. . . "Possession. the Undead. A Strange Spirit. Revenge." A ghostly wonderland full of richly layered imagery and tantalising spectacle.

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Play/Drama

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