Authors

Richard Foreman

Richard Foreman has written, directed, and designed more than fifty of his own plays, both internationally and at his Ontological-Hysteric Theater, which he founded in 1968. He has received many OBIE awards, an NEA Lifetime Achievement Award, and a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship.

Love & Science
Unbalancing Acts: Foundations for a Theater
Bad Boy Nietzsche! and other plays
Richard Foreman: The Manifestos and Essays
Plays for the Public

Oli Forsyth

Oli Forsyth is a writer, poet, producer and actor from London. He established Smoke & Oakum Theatre in 2013. His first play, Tinderbox, was performed at Theatre503, London, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it was nominated for the Amnesty International Freedom and Speech Award. Cornermen, inspired by his experiences in the world of boxing, opened at the Old Red Lion Theatre, London, in 2015 before playing at the Pleasance Courtyard, the New Diorama Theatre, Otherplace Brighton and the 2016 VAULT Festival, London. Oli's other works include Aubade (2015), and Happy Dave (2016), and a self-published collection of poems in 2015.

Oli Forsyth
Plays from VAULT
Cornermen

Norm Foster

Norm Foster is a leading Canadian playwright whose many plays include The Melville Boys, The Affections of May, Foursome and The Ladies Foursome. He has also written a musical with composer Leslie Arden (The Last Resort) and three musicals (Jasper Station, Race Day, and Sitting Pretty) with composer Steve Thomas.

Norm Foster
The Melville Boys
The Ladies Foursome

Tim Fountain

Tim Fountain was literary manager of the Bush Theatre in London. He teaches playwriting and is a playwright himself.

Resident Alien: Quentin Crisp explains it all
Julie Burchill Is Away
So You Want To Be A Playwright?

Tom Fowler

Tom Fowler is a playwright whose plays include: Hope has a Happy Meal (Royal Court Theatre, London, 2023); katzenmusik (Royal Court Youth Theatre); Suspicious Minds (Pleasance, Edinburgh Fringe); and Roman Candle (Royal Court Theatre's 'Open Court' festival, 2016).

Tom Fowler
katzenmusik
Hope has a Happy Meal

Annie Fox

Annie Fox trained as an actor in New York and at LAMDA. Under the name Andrea Browne, she worked in theatre, film, television and radio. She also taught English and Drama in London schools. She now writes educational books for several publishers. Her debut play, Woman Caught Unaware, was a finalist in the inaugural Heretic Voices competition, and was performed at the Arcola Theatre, London, in 2018.

Heretic Voices
Woman Caught Unaware