debbie tucker green

debbie tucker green is a playwright, screenwriter and director.

Her plays include: 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.

An urgent play about the senseless killing of a black schoolboy, from one of the most distinctive voices in contempor...
A play about the aftermath of violence, in conflicts around the world from Rwanda to Northern Ireland, and from Zimba...
A hard-hitting and original family drama.
A mesmerising and startling play about voyeurism, power and guilt.
Mysterious yet compelling, bewildering yet intoxicating, a play that mixes poetic rhythms with vernacular phrases, ra...
A short play dealing with the controversial topic of female sex tourism.
A 30-minute drama about three generations of a black South African family who contest their relative culinary skills....
nut
A play about a woman who wants to withdraw from the world.
A shattering play about one woman's unspeakable decision.
Three couples. What might be. What once was. What could have been.
Snapshots of lives, snapshots of experiences of protest; violence vs non-violence, direct action vs demonstrations,