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Biography

E V CROWE has an MA in Creative Writing from UEA. She was a member of the Royal Court Theatre YWP 2005, and ‘Commissioned Writers Group 2009/2011’. Has been on attachment to the Royal Court Theatre, Summer 2007; National Theatre Studio, Summer 2010 and 2011. Previous work includes, Kin (Royal Court Theatre, 2010), ROTOR (Siobhan Davies Studios, 2010), Doris Day (Clean Break at Soho Theatre, 2010) A Just Act (Clean Break, 2009), Number 1 and Community Hall (Bush Theatre, Wraparound response and Election short); One Runs the Other Doesn’t (Royal Court Rough Cuts, 2010). 

Charged
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Charged

E.V. Crowe
 
Six of the UK’s most exciting female playwrights expose the realities of a life trapped within the criminal justice system.

Bursting out of the theatre and performed in the bars, churches, restaurants and stairwells of Soho, Charged presents heartbreaking untold stories of women and the criminal justice system.  Provocative and challenging, it will be a unique theatrical event, and one of the highlights of the autumn’s theatre season.

Written for Clean Break – a theatre company working with women whose lives have been affected by the criminal justice system – Charged comprises six short new plays, published together in one volume. It follows on from the company’s recent successes, Chloë Moss’s This Wide Night (winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Award) and It Felt Empty When The Heart Went At First But It Is Alright Now.

Cast : various
Nick Hern Books, UK | 978-1-84842-129-5 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB
Young Pretender
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Young Pretender

E.V. Crowe
 

We've been in revolution since I was born. I never had to die before.

A young rebel. A brutal victory. A devastating defeat. Aged 25, the charismatic Bonnie Prince Charlie laid claim to the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland in a series of stunning military victories. By the time he was 26, his dreams lay in ruins and he was fleeing for his life. Amidst the chaos of war, the Young Pretender is forced to decide how far he is willing to go for the cause. The flawed prince is brought to life vividly in this unflinching look at the nature of rebellion.



Cast : 2M, 2F (doubling possible)
Oberon Books, UK | 978-1-84943-179-8 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB