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Heather O'shea

HEATHER O'SHEA

  

Nationality:    British
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Heather O'shea's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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below is a list of Heather O'shea's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Blue Fence         Cut Off         Presently



Blue Fence

Synopsis:
As Claire begins work on the most exciting commission of her career - a public sculpture for the 2012 Olympics - she has a life-changing stroke. As the Olympics take over the East End, Claire's friends and family begin to take over her life. As she struggles to accept that she is now labelled a 'disabled artist', she questions whether she can even call herself an artist at all. This beautiful and moving play focuses on the lives of seven

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Genre:
Play/Drama

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Cut Off

Synopsis:
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Art is not An Add-on, It never has been. It has Always been central to our existence And understanding. Lee Hall, Guardian theatre Blog earlier this year. This year (2010) the Arts Council Announced 19m worth of cuts to Arts funding. Some people thought this was for the best, some thought it was for the worst. Five writers give their response. Plays by Ben Blaine (BAFTA Short-Listed Film Maker), Peter Cant, Sarah Grochala (Winner of the Amnesty International Protect the Human Playwriting Competition for S27), Heather O'shea & Rebecca Walker (Winner of BBC Writersroom Five Days in May Competition)

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Papercut Theatre

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Genre:
short play

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Presently

Synopsis:
Communication had evolved: information is passed freely and in a myriad differing ways. the way secrets are kept remains the same. Two sisters try to unravel the circumstances of George Ferraby's death. Was he a soldier? A policeman? Or a spy? Through different eras of history and opposing interactions the women encounter times of communication overload and drought, but are undeterred in their search for the truth which takes them from 1810 to 2010.

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First Draft (now blank pages)

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Genre:
Political

Parts:
Male:  1            Female:  2            Other:  -

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