SOLO PERFORMANCES (1981-2006)
Peter created seven solo performances for schools and toured them throughout the country. His work was featured on radio and television and led to numerous commissions for BBC radio. During this time he also directed writing and performance projects with many established poets with funding from the Arts Council and DCMS/Woolfson.
Pictures of BLUE HAIR by Chris Smart
Commissioned by the Arts Initiative at THE OHIO STATE
UNIVERSITY, this production premiered as part of the Year of
Shakespeare Celebrations to commemorate the third
year of the international partnership between OSU and the
ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY. It subsequently played in
Written and performed by Peter Cutts
Directed by Mandy Fox
Lighting by Justin John
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VISITING GUEST ARTIST
Peter was invited to be visiting guest artist in the theatre department at Ohio State University following a successful tour of Midsummer Night's Dream in the USA. He taught directing and featured as the Narrator in the University's production of The Rocky Horror Show. He continued to work closely with the University, directing their students in London and returning as guest artist to teach ensemble theatre.
WRITER IN RESIDENCE
Peter was writer in residence on the Escape 2 Create programme in Seaside, Florida. He started writing a new show with the working title ‘The Killing Jar’, ran theatre workshops with students from Gulf Coast State College and performed his solo show ‘The 7 Stages of Man’.
LEGACY OF LEADERSHIP
Theatre, dance and film combined with a variety of speeches
and debate to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Rank
Foundation, a charity set up by the film magnate J Arthur Rank.
Creative Director Peter Cutts
Designer Ana Ines Jabares Pita.
5 short plays were commissioned and performed at the Guildhall Library in the City of London to compliment the exhibition 'Under the Microscope' featuring the work of the artist Mary Pritchard. The event focused on the life of her mother Dr Olive Aykroyd, an eminent scientist at Trinity College Dublin in the 1930's.
Artistic Director Peter Cutts