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Patrick Kennedy

Patrick is a theatre director, dramaturg and producer. He is the Artistic Director of PK Productions founded in 2009 with their inaugural production of The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco (‘A tour-de-force’ The Scotsman). Patrick trained was trained as a director by Jacqueline Bessell of the Globe Theatre and completed a thesis on the directorial methodology of Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler.

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Patrick Kennedy

Patrick Kennedy Overview

Patrick is a theatre director, dramaturg and producer. He is the Artistic Director of PK Productions founded in 2009 with their inaugural production of The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco (‘A tour-de-force’ The Scotsman).

Patrick trained was trained as a director by Jacqueline Bessell of the Globe Theatre and completed a thesis on the directorial methodology of Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler.

Directing credits include Therese Raquin (3BUGS Fringe Theatre), What the Butler Saw (3BUGS Fringe Theatre), The Lesson (PK Productions), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Infinity Stage Company), Anthony and Cleopatra (PK Productions), Stalemate (PK Productions), The Laramie Project (PK Productions), MARAT/SADE (PK Productions), Richard II (MPhil project), The Cherry Orchard (PK Productions), Halbwelt Kultur (PK Productions), If It Only Even Runs A Minute (TinyHuge Productions), Doctor Selavy's Magic Theatre (PK Productions), Celebrating Silverman (PK Productions), Up From Paradise (PK Productions)

Dramaturgical credits include Father’s Day (MPhil project) and The Cunning Little Vixen (Birmingham Conservatoire)

Acting credits include Herald in Othello (Article19 Theatre Company), Alfie in Off Campus (short film, Matt Jessup Productions), Dumaine in Love’s Labour’s Lost (LCubed Productions at Edinburgh Fringe Festival).

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