Barry Grantham

Barry Grantham is a performer, director and teacher, and a leading British exponent of Commedia Dell'Arte. He has performed and given masterclasses in Norway, Sweden, Holland, Germany and Italy itself at the Teatro Municipiali, Regio Emilia. He has appeared at the Royal Opera House and Glyndbourne, and worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company. He is the author of two books on Commedia, Playing Commedia and Commedia Plays. For more information, visit his website at

Playing Commedia
Commedia Plays

Jodi Gray

Jodi Gray is a playwright and screenwriter. Her plays include: Thrown (Living Record at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, winner of the Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence; VAULT Festival, London, 2019); Big Bad (VAULT Festival 2018, winner of the Origins Award for Outstanding New Work; London Horror Festival at the Old Red Lion, London); Peep (Bewley's Cafe Theatre, Dublin, 2018); SSA, The Front Room, Reach Out and Touch Me, You Could Move, hookup and Affection (all Outbox Theatre Company, in London and on tour); and shorts for The Miniaturists, Bold Tendencies and the Caravan Theatre. She works extensively in drama schools, including Oxford School of Drama, Royal Central School of Drama and ArtsEd.

Short films include Sidetracked (dir. Freddie Hall; nominated for Best Writer at Underwire Festival 2015); and Broken Meats (dir. Sam Phillips).

Jodi Gray
Plays from VAULT 4
The Motherhood Project

Simon Gray

Simon Gray (1936–2008) was a British playwright, novelist and screenwriter. He wrote more than thirty stage plays, amongst them Butley and Otherwise Engaged (which both received Evening Standard Awards for Best Play), Quartermaine's Terms, The Common Pursuit, The Late Middle Classes (winner of the Barclay's Best Play Award), Japes, The Old Masters and Little Nell.

Simon Gray
The Late Middle Classes
Just the Three of Us

Spalding Gray

Spalding Gray (1941–2004) was an American actor, playwright, screenwriter, performance artist and monologuist.

Swimming to Cambodia

debbie tucker green

debbie tucker green is a playwright, screenwriter and director.

Her plays include: ear for eye (Royal Court Theatre, 2018); a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun) (Royal Court Theatre, 2017); hang (Royal Court, 2015); nut (National Theatre, 2013); truth and reconciliation (Royal Court, 2011); random (Royal Court, 2008); generations (Young Vic, 2007); stoning mary (Royal Court, 2005); trade (RSC, 2005); born bad (Hampstead Theatre, 2003; Olivier Award for Most Promising Newcomer); and dirty butterfly (Soho Theatre, 2003).

She wrote and directed the feature film, Second Coming (BFI/Film 4, 2014; International Film Festival Rotterdam Big Screen Award) and adapted her play random into a TV film for Channel 4, which won the 2012 BAFTA for Best Single Drama and the Black International Film/MVSA Award for Best UK Film.

Her work for radio includes: lament (Radio Academy Arias Gold Award), gone, random, handprint and freefall.

She was awarded the 2015 Windham Campbell Prize for Drama.

truth and reconciliation
born bad
dirty butterfly
stoning mary
trade & generations: two plays
a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun)
ear for eye

JJ Green

JJ Green is an actor, writer and disability-in-the-arts consultant. As a writer he led on the project An Adapter Plug Guide to Autism in the Arts, which launched through Equity UK in 2021. His play A-Typical Rainbow was premiered at Turbine Theatre, London, in 2022.

A-Typical Rainbow

Sadeysa Greenaway-Bailey

Sadeysa Greenaway-Bailey is a freelance performance designer with a background in scenic art and carnival arts.

She is an associate artist at Company Three, where her work includes When This Is Over (Yard Theatre) and #BlackIs… (Pleasance Theatre and New Diorama Theatre).

Other work as co-creator, co-designer and designer includes: The Odyssey Episode 5: The Underworld (National Theatre), The Unforgotten (Young Vic Theatre), Tambo & Bones (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Death of England (including Micheal, Delroy, Closing Time and Face to Face at the National Theatre), If I Were Older (National Theatre New Views), Anansi the Spider (Unicorn Theatre and Regent's Park Open Air Theatre).

Her awards include a Set Design Recognition from the Black British Theatre Awards. She become a Fellow at Rose Bruford College in 2021.

When This Is Over

Richard Greenberg

Richard Greenberg is an American playwright and television writer. His plays include The Assembled Parties, Take Me Out (Tony Award for Best Play), The Dazzle (Outer Critics Circle Award), Three Days of Rain (L.A. Drama Critics Award, Pulitzer Prize finalist), The American Plan and the book for a musical adaptation of Far from Heaven. He has received the Oppenheimer Award for a new playwright as well as the first PEN/Laura Pels Award for a playwright in midcareer.

The Assembled Parties

Declan Greene

Declan Greene is an Australian playwright and theatre-make. His plays include: Moth, Pompeii L.A., Eight Gigabytes of hardcore Pornography, I Am A Miracle, and The Homosexuals, or 'Faggots'. Awards include the Malcolm Robertson Prize, the Max Afford Playwright's Award, the AWGIE for Theatre for Young Audiences, and the Green Room Award for Best Original Writing.