Stephanie Dale writes for stage, radio and large-scale theatre.
Plays include: SPINNING THE MOON (Dorchester Community Plays Association, 2021); PERSUASION (Tour, Theatre6, 2018); GIANT’S ON THE HILL (Tour – Centric Theatre, 2017); THE LOST BOY (Theatre in the Quarter, 2016); LIMBUS (Moving Stories at the National Theatre, 2016); A WORLD BEYOND MAN (Tour, Edinburgh Fringe, Centric Theatre, 2015); ALICE (Theatre in the Quarter, 2014); FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS (Birmingham Rep, 2014); CHESTER MYSTERY PLAYS (Chester Cathedral, 2013); MOONFLEET (BOVTS, Tour); THE WITCHES' PROMISE (Birmingham Rep, 2011) and DEALING WITH DREAMS, (Birmingham REP, 2011.)
Stephanie’s BBC Radio 4 work includes: BELIEVE ME (nominated for the Tinniswood Award 2012); WRITTEN IN MIST; WHAT IS MISSING FROM YOUR LIFE?; THE WIFE; and FIRST BITE OF THE AIR. She has also written the film WALK MY JOURNEY (Theatre in the Quarter, 2020, shortlisted for UK Charity Film Awards), and the podcast WOMEN AND WORK: MAGGIE (Women and Theatre, 2020).
Stephanie is Head of Dramatic Writing at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She is also a visiting tutor at Birmingham City University, where she teaches Playwriting and supervises the Applied (Community and Education) placements. Previously, she was a supervisor on the MPhil in Playwriting at the University of Birmingham, and she taught Applied Drama at Loughborough University.
For more information go to: www.stephaniedale.org.