Mark Rosenblatt

Mark Rosenblatt is a writer and director for stage and screen.

He has worked as a freelance theatre director across the UK and internationally, directing productions at Shakespeare's Globe, the National Theatre, Sheffield Theatres, Northampton Theatres, Leeds Playhouse, the Edinburgh Festival, for HighTide Festival Theatre, at the Young Vic, in the West End, off-Broadway and Tokyo, to name a few.

He was full-time Associate Director at Leeds Playhouse from 2013-16 and an Associate Artist there till 2020, directing nine mainhouse productions. Before that, he was the Associate at the National Theatre Studio from 2011 to 2013 where he ran the Directors Department and developed new work. 

As a playwright, his work includes Giant (Royal Court Theatre, London, 2024).


Lucy Roslyn

Lucy Roslyn is an award-winning performer and writer. Her plays include: Pennyroyal (Finborough Theatre, London, 2022) and The State vs John Hayes (Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 and tour).


Sarah Ruhl

Sarah Ruhl is an American playwright whose plays include the Pulitzer Prize finalists In the Next Room or the vibrator play (Tony Award nominee, Best Play) and The Clean House (Susan Smith Blackburn Award).

Other plays include: How to Transcend a Happy Marriage; For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday; Stage Kiss; Passion Play, a cycle; Dead Man’s Cell Phone; Dear Elizabeth; Eurydice; Melancholy Play and Late: a cowboy song.

She is the recipient of a Whiting Writers’ Award, a PEN/Laura Pels Award and a MacArthur Fellowship.

The Clean House and other plays
Dead Man's Cell Phone
In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play
Chekhov's Three Sisters and Woolf's Orlando
Stage Kiss
For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday
How to Transcend a Happy Marriage

James Rushbrooke

James Rushbrooke is a playwright whose plays include Tomcat (Southwark Playhouse, winner of the 2015 Papatango New Writing Prize), Crab Bucket, Photo Finish (Waterloo East), and Filibuster (Old Vic New Voices Festival).

He is also a consultant and trainer in the world of social care and runs the Imagine Theatre School in Cirencester.