Meet Creative Director Andy Arnold at the Tron Theatre
During our Glasgow Graduate Training Event on Wednesday 25 May, students will have the opportunity to meet Creative Director of the Tron Theatre Andy Arnold.
Andy Arnold was appointed to the post of Artistic Director of the Tron Theatre in 2008 following a long stint at the Arches Theatre in Glasgow – a theatre company and arts centre he personally established in 1991. During that time he staged a prolific number of Arches Theatre productions combining little known classics from Beckett, Pinter, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller and Eugene O’Neill alongside such site specific and devised work such as Dante’s Inferno, Beowulf and a one-to-one show set in toilet cubicles, Spend a Penny.
His first production for the Tron Theatre Company, The Drawer Boy, was highly acclaimed and since then he has also directed That Face, Cooking with Elvis, Bliss, Mud, Defender of the Faith (UK Premiere), Six Acts of Love (World Premiere), Suddenly Last Summer and Like the Rain. Andy has also devised and directed Monaciello for the Napoli Teatro Festival Italia in June 2015.
Andy will be speaking to students about the Tron Theatre’s latest production Shall Rodger Casement Hang? as part of SDTN’s Meet the Creative Team series. The show is a world premiere written by Peter Arnott and has been commissioned as part of the Tron Theatre’s Mayfesto which marks the 100th Anniversary of the Easter Rising.
To find out more about this event click here.
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