DryWrite is a new writing theatre company that challenges writers to work with specific briefs and goals to actively engage audiences with argument and action. They have worked with over one hundred British playwrights over the last five years and enjoyed a years residency at the Bush Theatre. In all their work they endeavor to raise questions about modern theatre and life for Londoners.
Jack’s award-winning work include The Physicists (adapt. Donmar Warehouse), Bunny (Nabokov UK Tour/NYC), Red Car Blue Car for Where’s My Seat (Bush Theatre), Greenland (co-written for the National Theatre), 2nd May 1997 (Bush Theatre/Nabokov), Burying Your Brother in the Pavement (National Theatre Connections), Two Cigarettes (Bush Theatre), Stacy (Tron / Arcola Theatre / Trafalgar Studios), Fanny and Faggot (Pleasance Edinburgh / Finborough / Trafalgar Studios), When You Cure Me (Bush Theatre), Paperhouse (Flight 5065) and Solids (Paines Plough / Young Vic). TV includes The Fades (BBC3 – Best Drama Series, BAFTA 2012), the multi-award winning This Is England 88 and This is England 86 with Shane Meadows (Warp Films / Channel 4), Cast-Offs (Eleven Film / Channel 4) and episodes of Skins and Shameless. Films include The Scouting Book for Boys, (BFI Best British Newcomer Award 2009). Radio includes A Summer Night; People Snogging in Public Places (Sony Radio Academy Awards 2010); The Hunchback of Notre Dame; When You Cure Me (all BBC Radio 3) and Left at the Angel (BBC Radio 4).
15+ advised due to nudity and some strong language and sexual references