April De Angelis is one the UK's leading playwrights and an all round brilliant person.
She has been commissioned by just about everybody, including The National Theatre, The Royal Court and The RSC. She began writing as a student in the 80's as part of feminist theatre company, the reSisters. Since then she has accomplished an astounding range of original work plus some hugely impressive adaptations, such as Wuthering Heights and, most recently, My Brilliant Friend.
The industry podcast for playwrights and theatre makers. How can you get your play or theatre show produced on the professional stage? We talk to the people who decide what gets made - artistic directors, producers, programmers and theatre companies - to give you the inside track. We also talk to established playwrights and theatre-makers about their experiences of getting work made and the lessons they have learned along the way. Presented by Sam Brady and Ginni Manning.