Diane Samuels

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“Frankie’s Monster” (adapted from Vivien Alcock’s novel, “The Monster Garden”, Unicorn Theatre, 1991. Published by Heinemann.); “Chalk Circle” (Unicorn Theatre, 1991); “Salt of the Earth” (Theatre Centre, 1993); “The Bonekeeper” (Tricycle Youth Theatre, short-listed for the W. H. Smith Awards for plays for children, 1992); “Watch Out for Mister Stork” (one-act play, Soho Theatre Company’s Writers’ Festival, 1992, and Finborough Theatre, 1995; Regents Park Open Air Theatre, August 1995); “Kindertransport” (co-winner of the 1992 Verity Bargate Award, winner of 1993 Meyer Whitworth Award. Produced by Soho Theatre Company at the Cockpit, 1993; at the Palace Theatre, Watford transfering to the Vaudeville Theatre, West End, 1996. Also, Manhattan Theater Club, New York, 1994. Other productions throughout the USA, also Sweden, Japan, Germany, Austria, Canada and South Africa. Published in Britain by Nick Hern Books and in the USA by Plume/Penguin); “Turncoat” (Theatre Centre national tour, 1994); “How To Beat A Giant” (SNAP People’s Theatre Trust, 1995); “One Hundred Million Footsteps”, (Quicksilver Theatre Company national tours, spring and autumn 1997); “Forever and Ever” (SNAP People’s Theatre Trust, 1998); “The True Life Legend of Mata Hari”, Palace Theatre, Watford, 2002. My work for BBC radio includes: “Two Together?” (Radio 4, 1993); “Frankie’s Monster” ( Radio 5, 1992); “Watch Out For Mister Stork” (Radio 4, 1994); “Kindertransport” (Radio 4, 1995); “Swine” (Radio 4, 1996). “Hardly Cinderella” (Radio 4, 1997); “Doctor Y” (Radio 4, 1997); “Hen Party” (Radio 4, 2001).
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