David Greig biography
At Writers Theatre: Yellow Moon
David Greig's award winning work includes: The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart (Tron Theatre, National Theatre of Scotland), Midsummer (Traverse Theatre and Soho Theatre/Tricycle Theatre, UK and international tour), Dunisinane (RSC at Hampstead Theatre and National Theatre of Scotland tour), Damascus (Traverse Theatre, Scotland and the Tricycle Theatre), Miniskirts of Kabul (Tricycle Theatre), Brewers Fayre, (Traverse Theatre), Outlying Islands (Traverse Theatre and Royal Court, Upstairs), The American Pilot (RSC, Soho & MTC), Pyrenees (Paines Plough), The Cosmonaut's Last Message To The Woman He Once Loved In The Former Soviet Union (Donmar Warehouse), The Architect and Europe (Traverse Theatre).Adaptations include The Creditors (Donmar Warehouse and BAM, NyC), The Bacchae (Edinburgh International Festival and Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith), Tintin In Tibet (Barbican, Playhouse Theatre, London and National Tour ), When The Bulbul Stopped Singing (Traverse Theatre), Caligula (Donmar Warehouse) and Peter Pan (NTS, Traverse/ Barbican). Greig's work for children and young people includes: The Monster in the Hall (TAG Theatre Co. Glasgow/Traverse Theatre), Yellow Moon (TAG Theatre Co. Glasgow/Traverse Theatreand tour), Gobbo (National Theatre ofScotland, Highlands tour) and Dr Korczak's Example (TAG Theatre Co. Glasgow,Citizen's Theatre and BAC, London). He has also written extensively for radio. Greig is under commission to the Almeida Theatre and the National Theatre of Scotland. He is also writing the book of the stage musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Warner Bros/ Neal St Productions) and an adaptation for the Broadway producer, John Hart. He is working with Film Four on a screen adaptation of his stage play Midsummer. Other films include: Vinyan and A Complicated Kindness.
[Bio as of January 2013]