Stella Feehily

Stella Feehily is an Irish playwright and actor. She was co-winner of the 2007 Susan Smith Blackburn Award for O Go My Man.

Her plays include: The Lightest Element (Hampstead Theatre, 2024); This May Hurt A Bit (Out of Joint & Octagon Theatre, 2014); Bang Bang Bang (Out of Joint & Octagon Theatre, 2011); Dreams of Violence (Soho Theatre & Out of Joint, 2009); O go my Man (Royal Court Theatre & Out of Joint, 2006); and Duck (Out of Joint, 2003).

Stella Feehily
Dreams of Violence
Bang Bang Bang
O go my Man
This May Hurt A Bit
The Lightest Element

Lindsey Ferrentino

Lindsey Ferrentino is a New York-based playwright originally from Florida. Her plays include Ugly Lies the Bone, Amy and the Orphans, Kokomo, This Flat Earth, Magic Man, ​Moonlight on the Bayou, and Paradise Bar and Grill.

Lindsey Ferrentino
Ugly Lies the Bone

David Ferry

David Ferry is a Canadian director, dramaturg, actor and teacher. He was Artistic Director of Bluewater Summer Playhouse in Kincardine, Ontario, from 1998-2002 and has also worked as an actor. 

He Speaks: Monologues for Men

Eric Fielding

Eric Fielding was professor of scenic design and resident set designer for the Department of Theatre and Media Arts at Brigham Young University, Utah, for 28 years. He has design credits that include scenery and/or lighting for more than 275 productions. He was editor of Theatre Design & Technology journal from 1988-95.

World Scenography 1975–1990
World Scenography 1990-2005

Ralph Fiennes

Ralph Fiennes is an acclaimed British actor, best known for films such as Schindler's List (for which he won a BAFTA Award for Best Actor), The English Patient (for which he was nominated for an Academy Award) and playing the role of Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter film series. He won a Tony Award in 1995 for Hamlet, and made his directorial film debut in 2011 with Coriolanus.

Ralph Fiennes on Coriolanus

Calum Finlay

Calum Finlay is an actor, writer and director. His play Fanny was premiered at the Watermill Theatre, Newbury, in 2024.