ROSEANNA FRASCONA will be appearing in The Norwich Medieval Mystery Plays at Norwich Castle this month. The immersive performance of the Norwich Grocer's Play Paradyse and four other mystery plays will run from 25 to 27 August.
ROSEANNA FRASCONA is currently working on Realife TV which will run at the Barons Court Theatre from 17 to 29 May. The new play by Ian Buckley is inspired by the true story of Erez Tivoni, an amnesiac who turned destructive after a BBC film crew reunited him with his family for a scoop in 1999.
ROSEANNA FRASCONA can next be seen in Rough-Hewn's production of No Border at Oxford Playhouse on 14 and 15 September and at Theatre 503 on 4 and 5 October. Drawn from workshops with 200 young people from across the country, No Border is an irreverent new verbatim play exploring how to fit the mould in a country that feels like it’s falling apart, and whether there ever really is a place to call ‘home’.
ROSEANNA FRASCONA will be perfoming in Nahda at the Bush Theatre on 15 to 18 July. Sevan K. Greene's Nahda: four visions of an Arab awakening will be comprised of four short plays which tell stories of the confusion of second generation children of refugees, the conflicted fate of British-Muslim soldiers, the West's obsession with food fetishism and consumerism, and five generations of Arab Spring women using social media for political agency.