Sue Dunderdale

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 Last year Sue created and directed  A PERMANENT STATE OF EMERGENCY by Joshua Val Martin with music composed by Toby Ingram at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. In January she had returned from four months working in Shanghai at the Shanghai Vancouver Film School where she directed a production of THE THREE SISTERS set in China. She completed her book provisionally titled DIRECTING THE DECADES and in the autumn with HEAD for HEIGHTS ran translation workshops on two Chilean plays Mistral, G (1945) by Andres Kalawski and Painecur by Santiago based company, TeatroLaFamilia.  Also in the autumn she directed students at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in an American project.

During Lockdown time she is working online with Head For Heights to complete the translation of the two above plays and also running film workshops for emerging film directors.

In preparation ready for freedom she has Lonely Places the first draft of a self-written film.

She is working on Winterlove an unproduced play by Pam Gems which she has developed with actor/singer Brett Brown. She is working with Josh Martin on two projects, a rewrite of Permanent State of Emergency with Manchester based producer Alastair Michael and also on his new play with music by Joel Harris In a Town Somewhere North of Milton Keynes which is produced by Daniel Mawson, also Manchester based. This is aimed for touring in 2021-2022.

Her short film and show reel  are available to watch on this website.

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