LAURA VINGOE-CRAM

Director, Dramaturge, Producer

 

ABOUT LAURA 

Laura is a freelance director and co-artistic director of Keep Good (Theatre) Company. Her recent directing credits include Mexico City (Matchstick Theatre), Love and Information (The Fountain School of Performing Arts), The Children (Keep Good (Theatre) Company), Miss N Me (Eastern Front Theatre), Interactions with Art (Halifax Theatre for Young People), Time of Trouble (Opera Nova Scotia), Constellations (Keep Good (Theatre) Company).

In 2018 she completed a year at the Stratford Festival working as an Assistant Director under Nigel Shawn Williams and as a member of the Michael Langham Workshop for Classical Direction. In 2015 she graduated from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow with a master's in direction. 

ARTIST STATEMENT

Laura works in theatre because she loves making beautiful and meaningful art with others. She is invested in the power of imagination and creating spaces where artists feel they can take risks and explore the inexplicable. She chooses to be a leader in this industry because she wants to facilitate collaboration, build community, and foster artists and new work. 

 

Laura's work ranges from naturalism to absurd collective creation.

No matter the form her work takes, she aims to create theatre that investigates the complexities of the human experience and relationships.

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