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Directing Black Women’s Stories

28 October 2021

Are you a female director interested in taking your craft to another level?  Do you love stories and their power to move and touch people?  

Do you have a passion for directing black women’s stories?  

Join us for a conversation with Director, Writer, Producer and Poet extraordinaire Anastasia Osei- Kuffour for an exciting conversation on the 28th of October at 7pm.  

Register for the event here: Directing Black Women’s Stories

In partnership with Live Theatre

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Directing Black Women’s Stories
Anastasia Osei-Kuffour
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ANASTASIA OSEI-KUFFOUR is a Director, Writer, Producer and Poet. She trained as a director through the Young Vic Directors Programme, the National Theatre Directors’ course and as an artistic director on the Artistic Director Leadership Programme. She is currently Stephen Williams’s assistant on the Searchlight feature film Chevalier and Artistic Director of Wrested Veil Production Company.

Direction includes: Precious Little Thing (BBC Radio 4); Typical the film (Soho Theatre On Demand); Seeds (UK tour, Leeds Playhouse, Live Newcastle, Derby Theatre & Warwick Arts Centre); Typical (Soho Theatre & Pleasance Courtyard Edinburgh Fringe & Audible version); Cuttin' It (Royal Court, UK schools tour-19 schools); Footprints on the Moon (Finborough Theatre); An Adventure (an excerpt, Bush Theatre ); Cell (Young Vic); Here Comes the Bride (Black Lives, Black Words at Bush Theatre); All the Ways to Say Goodbye (Young Vic); Hosea’s Girl (Talawa Studio Firsts); Dishonour, You Know That I’ll Be Back & Universally Speaking(Theatre503).

Associate and Assistant Directing includes: good dog(Spring 2019 National Tour); mixed brain (Roundabout, Summer Hall Edinburgh); Macbeth & Romeo and Juliet (National Theatre Dorfman, Stratford Circus, UK schools tour); Cuttin’ It — Young Vic’s Jerwood Assistant Director Programme, supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation (Young Vic, Royal Court, Birmingham REP, Sheffield Theatres and The Yard); Flowering Cherry, Alpha Beta & Andy Capp(Finborough); Three Generations of Women (Greenwich); Plaques and Tangles (Royal Court); Idomeneus (Gate); Henry the Fifth (Unicorn); and — as Boris Karloff Trainee Assistant Director — A Doll’s House (Young Vic).

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