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Biography

Dan Rebellato is an academic (Professor of Contemporary Theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London) and a playwright whose work has been performed in Berlin, New York, Barcelona, and across the UK, on the fringe, in the West End, at the National Theatre Studio, the Young Vic, and on BBC Radio. He is Associate Artist with Suspect Culture.

Suspect Culture is one of Scotland's leading theatre companies with an international reputation for creating groundbreaking high quality new work.

Graeae is a disabled-led theatre company that profiles the skills of actors, writers and directors with physical and sensory impairments. The artistic approach creates aesthetically accessible productions that include a disabled and non-disabled audience. The leading British company in its field, Graeae have an enviable reputation for producing thrilling and innovative work, particularly built around the creative use of sign language and audio description.

Static
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Static

Dan Rebellato
 
A story of love, loss and mix tapes.

Static tells the story of a young woman who has lost her husband. Discovering a mix tape that he made but never gave her, she becomes convinced it contains a secret message. What could the tape mean—and is he trying to communicate with her from beyond the grave?

Static fuses music, dialogue, sign language and audio description to explore our complex response to love and loss. It is steeped in a love of music from Sonic Youth to The Smiths, The Ramones to The Rakes and from Girls Aloud to the Goodies.



Cast : 2M, 2F
Oberon Books | 978-1-84002-836-2 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB
The Suspect Culture Club
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The Suspect Culture Club

Graham Eatough and Dan Rebellato (eds)
 
Suspect Culture was Scotland’s leading experimental theatre company between 1993 and 2009. Based in Glasgow, it was formed of a core group of associate artists who collaborated in making groundbreaking, high quality new work which gained an international reputation.  

Over the course of its 16-year history the company worked with some of the most respected artists and organizations in the UK and internationally, and is seen to have made a significant contribution to the British theatre scene of the 1990s and early 2000s. Described by the Scotsman on Sunday as ‘ Scottish theatre’s major creative powerhouse’ and by The Times as ‘ the most adventurous, most in-tune-with-the-times theatre company in Britain’, Suspect Culture have had a quietly decisive impact on British theatre.

The Supsect Culture Club Book offers a comprehensive survey of the company’s history and ideas and features contributions from its most important artists and critics. Edited by Artistic Director Graham Eatough and playwright/academic Dan Reballato and lavishly illustrated throughout, the book offers multpile international persepctives on Suspect Culture alongside previously unpublished playtexts of three of its most celebrated shows, Timeless, Mainstream and Lament (all created by the company with text by David Greig).

Oberon Books, UK | 978-1-84943-087-6 | Australia/NZ | PB