A Graduate of the MA in Creative Writing (with Distinction) at the University of Northumbria in Newcastle. Roz is represented by Georgina Ruffhead at David Higham Associates.
Roz is currently under commission to Bravo 22 Theatre Company and Clean Break Theatre Company – in addition she is working on a number of plays and an original TV idea.
Work includes the stage plays :
Green Beans ( Customs House)
Smoke & Mirrors (NTC )
Watershed, Going Loco, Twin Telepathy, Dream a Little, The Big Society, The Write Stuff (Live Theatre – Newcastle)
You Didn’t Stop, Free, Polaroids, Don’t let me get me , I found her in a bath of blood (Theatre 503)
The Stone in My Shoe & Future Regrets – (RSC/Live Theatre)
Trust (Bare Bones – Old Red Lion 2010)
Blood & Money (First in Three – Northern Stage, People’s Theatre,Live Theatre, Prague Fringe Festival)
Been Up All Night (PLAYlist @Latitude Festival)
Conflict Tourism (Rogue Writers & Kibo Productions)
Paper Fortunes – (Rogue Writers @ Canal Cafe Theatre )
I’m Sorry – (Nabakov Present:Tense)
CommonWealth – (Almeida Theatre)
Stepping Off the Edge of the World ( Clean Break Theatre)
Little Armadas (Arcola Theatre – Playwrought)
Contact (Bravo 22 – Aylesbury Waterside)
Roz is winner of the Ovation Theatre Award for Best New Writing 2010 and a two time recipient of a Peggy Ramsay Award.
Roz also works as a freelance script reader for a number of theatres and reviews for a London theatre website.
More recently she has contributed to the Playwriting section of Lost The Plot – 500 writing prompts and how to use them – Adam Maxwell (2012). Roz also recently wrote the short film Melancholy Funk (2012).
Roz has also performed her work and led workshops at literature festivals such as Durham Lit Festival, Darlington Fictions Festival, Jesmond Festival, Hexham Book Festival. Morely Lit Fest amongst others. She has also worked as a dramaturg on projects with Live Youth Theatre and Almeida Theatre amongst others.
Contact via firstname.lastname@example.org