A performed reading of Caitlin Shannon’s brilliant new play
at RADA in London, for Women@RADA on Wednesday 6th July at 7pm
Dr. Eliza Nightingale is a leading Fusion Physicist, ready to retire in her mid-thirties, and run away with her younger Paleo-lifestyle loving boyfriend – until an unexpected inheritance stands in her way. Before she can go, she is forced to negotiate with her passionate physicist father, her ex-husband, and her own creeping sense of loss and grief.
Caitlin Shannon biography
Caitlin’s first play “Einstein and Mileva” ran off-Broadway at the Clurman on 42nd. In addition, her one-act plays “The Getaway” and “Non-Essential Personnel” ran at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, while her short plays have been performed all over London, most recently at Southwark Playhouse, the Arcola and the Pleasance. She wrote and directed the Victorian web series “Wimpole Street” which won Best Comedy and Best Director at the Seattle Web Festival. She has also developed screenplays, treatments and television episodes for Ross WW Media, Lightworkers Media, and The History Channel.
Women@RADA are running this long-term programme of a series of 100 playreadings promoting opportunities for women actors, directors, and writers in theatre.
Readings are free to attend and open to the public. Tickets can be reserved in advance by booking online a week before the show, but we also hold a small number back for walk-up bookings on the day of the reading and run a waiting list via firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information and to reserve your place: https://www.rada.ac.uk/whats-on/playreadings