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Heloise Thual

HELOISE THUAL

  

Nationality:    French
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Heloise is a young playwright, writing both in French, her native language, and in English. She is particularly interested to tackle the issues regarding bisexuality, transsexuality and to investigate the transgressive space left between the archetypal notion of masculine and feminine. Her female characters are defined by what is seen as masculine attributes, their profession, social and sexual behaviour aim to provoke the audience and engage them to rethink the relation between the natural dispositions of an individual and the cultural expectations attributed to him/her. Heloise started theatre as a performer in the semi professional collaborative group ATRE connected to the Opera of Lyon. Having to edit a range of texts for the stage, she fell in love with playwriting and decided to come to Glasgow in order to follow a Masters in playwriting. As a young playwright, she is looking for a professional look on my work and detailed feedback to help me in my creative process. Having recently graduated from a Masters in Dramaturgy and Playwriting, she had the opportunity to meet different playwrights such as Sylvia Dow and Douglas Maxwell, who particularly engaged with my work and supported me through the realisation of my previous play Bugs. Three scenes of this play has been performed at the Tron Theatre of Glasgow during the "Young playwrights: Beginning night" on the 12th of July 2013. Being inside the preparatory workshop with the actors and the director as been a thrilling experience and gave me a taste of the role of the playwright during the production process. Heloise is trying to get one of her plays produced.

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        Broken Teeth Queen and the Paper Tigers         Bugs         Pig, A Rabbit and A Whore in a Tiny Red Box, A



Broken Teeth Queen and the Paper Tigers

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part of Stage to Page is a voluntary collective of writers, directors and actors who meet monthly to conduct short public workshops of scenes from brand new plays.

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Cca, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3Jd    24 Nov 2014

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Bugs

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Three scenes of this play has been performed at the Tron Theatre of Glasgow during the "Young playwrights: Beginning night" on the 12th of July 2013

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Pig, A Rabbit and A Whore in a Tiny Red Box, A

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Part of: The Progressive Playwright returns this season with a twist. Each evening, five play extracts will be read on the themes of love, labour and loss and will culminate in the audience voting for the plays that they would like to hear more of. The top two plays from each evening will go forward to the January 2016 Progressive Playwright Award event - where twenty minute readings of each will take place in front of an audience and industry judging panel. The judging panel will choose a recipient of the Progressive Playwright Award 2016 with the winner receiving a 2000 bursary to develop up to a seventy minute version of their play and creative and production support to stage a work-in-progress rehearsed reading

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short reading

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