ALEX SCOTT FAIRLEY

LINKS

I have been very fortunate to work with some very creative companies and friends over the past few years. A small number of them are listed here, with links to their websites and work online.

Thomas Köllen, my very talented academic friend, for whom I've proof-read several publications in my other job, at http://www.koellen.eu

Stage-ed, for whom I've designed and taught workshops on everything from Ancient Greek Theater and theater practitioners, to Shakespeare, Miller and Steinbeck, for children from 3 to 18, at http://www.stage-ed.com

Open House Theatre, Austria’s new English-language theatre company, also presenting site-specific Shakespeare in English and German, at http://www.openhousetheatre.at/

Vienna’s English Theatre, at http://www.englishtheatre.at/

Pitlochry Festival Theatre, at http://www.pitlochry.org.uk/

Chris Stuart Wilson, performer, teacher, and choreographer of Hello, Dolly! at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, at http://chrisjswilson.com/

Richard Baron, director of A Chorus of Disapproval and Lady Windermere’s Fan at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, at http://www.richardbaron.co.uk/

Guildford Shakespeare Company, at http://www.guildford-shakespeare-company.co.uk/

Apollo Theatre Company, at http://www.apollotheatrecompany.com/

Artifice Theatre, at http://www.artifice.org.uk/Welcome.html

Creation Theatre, in Oxford, at http://www.creationtheatre.co.uk/

The Brockley Jack, who stage a wonderful annual new writing festival at http://www.brockleyjack.co.uk/

Farnham Repertory Theatre, which has maintained professional theatre in Farnham, Surrey, since the closure of the Redgrave Theatre, at http://www.redgravefarnham.co.uk

York Theatre Royal, at http://www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk/

Winchester Theatre Royal, at http://www.theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk/

Tall Stories, for whom I’ve worked as an actor, and as a co-deviser for Room On The Broom, at http://www.tallstories.org.uk/

Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company, at http://www.bigwoodenhorse.com/

The Children’s Theater, Minneapolis, which hosted The Gruffalo for several months of its North American tour, at http://www.childrenstheatre.org/

Worbey and Farrell, some of whose show I translated into German for their recent appearances in Bayern and Köln, at http://www.worbeyandfarrell.com/

Junges Theater Bonn, for whom I co-translated Der Grüffelo, from the English version by Tall Stories, at http://www.jt-bonn.de/

Sweet, a new musical for which I have written the libretto, based on the tale of "Hansel and Gretel", at http://sweetthemusical.com/

Scott Jones, my very talented actor friend, who is an equally talented therapeutic masseur at http://scottjonesmassage.simplybook.me/

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