JAN 2013 – Chloe Lang will be directing Matthew Smith’s new play ‘Counting The Days’ at our Manchester Theatre Showcase in April 2013.
Chloe studied Acting at Rose Bruford College in London, graduating in 2004. Since then, she has appeared in a number of productions, touring across the UK and internationally. In 2008 she directed Stewart Permutt’s ‘Unsuspecting Susan’ which was performed at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh to help raise money for the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland. She met the creators of Organised Chaos whilst working at 24:7 Theatre Festival in 2009 and went on to direct one of their first productions, ‘The Benefit of Time’ by Terri-Ann Brumby. At the end of 2011, she directed a production of Ian Townsend’s ‘Granny Must Die’ with The Workers Theatre Company at The Lowry Studio.
Chloe met the founder of New Live Theatre Company, Paul Kenney, in 2011 whilst working on new web series ‘Rylands’, set to launch at the end of 2012. She is very pleased to be working with such an exciting new theatre company in Manchester.
SHOWS CHLOE HAS DIRECTED FOR NLT:
Counting The Days, by Matthew Smith (13-14.04.2013)
Somebody Somewhere, by Lee Thompson (26.07.2012)