Fraser Grace

Fraser Grace

Writing for Theatre includes: Perpetua (Birmingham REP/Soho Theatre, joint winner of the Verity Bargate Award); Gifts of War and Frobisher’s Gold (Menagerie Theatre Company, touring); Who Killed Mr Drum? (with Sylvester Stein, Treatment Theatre/Riverside Studios); Breakfast with Mugabe (Royal Shakespeare Company, joint winner of the John Whiting Award 2006); The Lifesavers (Theatre 503/Mercury Theatre Colchester, shortlisted for TMA Best Play 2009); King David: Man of Blood (Mercury Theatre, Colchester, 2010).
Writing for Radio includes: Bubble (with Andrea Porter, R4); Breakfast with Mugabe, (Silver Sony Award, R3 and the World Service); Wrestling Angels – 3 stories for radio (R4).

Fraser teaches playwriting and is the co-ordinator of the MPhil Playwriting Studies course at the University of Birmingham. He is currently writing an opera with the composer Andrew Lovett called Don’t Breathe A Word, (showcased at the Linbury Studio, Covent Garden, and developed with the Royal Opera House). His plays are published by Oberon books.

For Pursued by a Bear:

Kalashnikov: in the Woods by the Lake – A Play in Eight Parts