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Writer - debbie tucker green

Director - Jack McNamara

Jack has been Artistic Director of New Perspectives since September 2012. Productions for the company include The Boss of It All by Lars von Trier (Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh & Soho Theatre); The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock by David Rudkin (Brits off Broadway, New York & UK tour); Him With His Foot In His Mouth by Saul Bellow and Watching the Living by Jane Upton adapted from two Daphne du Maurier short stories (both UK tours); HOOD (150th Anniversary Commission, Nottingham Theatre Royal) and Darkness Darkness (Nottingham Playhouse co-production). Plays for children and family audiences include The Tiger's Bones and Other Stories (UK tour) and most recently The Giant Jam Sandwich (UK tour & Edinburgh), Harvest(regional tour) and award-winning productions The Fishermen (Edinburgh and tour) and Sisyphus (BE Festival, Mess Award winner).

Previous productions as director include Exterminating Angel (Basement Brighton/ Pleasance Edinburgh/ UK tour); Texts for Nothing by Samuel Beckett (The Rest is Noise Festival, Southbank Centre); The Word for Snow by Don DeLillo (London Literature Festival, Southbank Centre); Malaise Trio (Camden People's Theatre); Instructions for John Howell by Julio Cortazar (Nursery Festival); Betrayal by Harold Pinter (Nuffield, Southampton); The Blind by Maurice Maeterlinck (Arcola Theatre); Lucid Dreams for Higher Living (Underbelly, Edinburgh); Valparaiso by Don DeLillo (Old Red Lion); A Cool Million by Nathanael West (Underbelly, Edinburgh); Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs (Warwick Arts Centre).

Previously Jack was Assistant Director at the Royal Shakespeare Company and director on attachment at the Nuffield Theatre Southampton under the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme. Independently Jack continues to make experimental theatre through his company Future Ruins and directed Love Lies Bleeding by Don DeLillo at the Printroom last year.

Sound Designer - Adam McCready (Poetical Machines Ltd)

Poetical Machines Ltd. create bespoke audio projects for theatre and dance productions, museums and galleries, film, radio and other broadcast media.

Theatre credits include: The Beautiful Game (Next Door Dance); The Glass Menagerie; Any Means Necessary; Dick Whittington; Hare & Tortoise; A Skull in Connemara; Arcadia; How to Breathe; The Ashes (Nottingham Playhouse); A Streetcar Named Desire; Shiv (Curve, Leicester); He Wore a Red Hat; Playland; Watching the Living (New Perspectives); Snow Queen; Madam Owl's Magnificent Menagerie; What became of the Red Shoes; Turned out nice again; Grannyy's Big Top Tale (Little Pixie Productions); Noises Off; Educating Rita; Betty Blue Eyes; Saturday Night and Sunday Morning; (Mercury Theatre); Amateur Girl (Fifth Word); Edward II (BAC); Dancehall; The Glee Club (CAST, Doncaster); The Promise (Wimbledon Theatre); Chicken Soup with Barley (Tricycle Theatre); Taming of the Shrew; Merchant of Venice; The Mountaintop; The Dumb Waiter; A Kind of Alaska (Derby LIVE); Tongues (Tristan Bates Theatre); Love Already (Ovalhouse); The Butterfly Lion (Curve, New Perspectives).


New Perspectives is an East Midlands based national touring theatre company, with a specialty in creating a diverse range of performances for rural audiences. We make ambitious and original theatre, focusing on new writing, adaptations and revivals, which we present in community settings and venues nationally and internationally. We provide career defining training and mentoring opportunities for emerging regional talent and manage the rural touring scheme Northants Touring Arts . 

Whether you’re a theatre lover, rural champion, or believe in widespread access to the arts then please help us make our work. Like every actor on stage, or each word on the page, every donor plays a vital role, your support can make a real difference... Find out more

 New Perspectives is a registered charity no. 1058309 


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True stories, skinned, gutted and served up in Cleethorpes...Find out more
Valentine Olukoga is joned by David Alade, star of Stomzy's short film Gang Signs & Prayer Find out more

New Perspectives and the Unicorn join forces to bring Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen's brilliantly subversive picture book to the stage for the first time Find out more

The Fishermen returns to Edinburgh Fringe as part of this years EdShowcase line up before a 6 week Trafalgar Studio run marking New Perspectives West End debut Find out more