Bryony Lavery

One the UK’s busiest playwrights, Bryony Lavery has penned over forty plays since 1976. She earned her reputation early with the company Female Trouble and as AD of Gay Sweatshop. Her latest work is an adaptation of Magdalen King-Hall’s 1943 novel, The Life and Death of the Wicked Lady Skelton. Lavery is used to the assumption that her work is invariably heavyweight as well as feminist. Her play Frozen received the UK’s prestigious Barclay Award for Best New Play of 1998.

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