She-Devil dir. Susan Seidelman -1989 The Music of Regret dir. Laurie Simmons - 2006 Mamma Mia! dir Phyllida Lloyd - 2008 Julie & Julia dir. Nora Ephron - 2009 It’s Complicated dir. Nancy Meyers - 2009 The Iron Lady dir. Phyllida Lloyd - 2011 Suffragette dir. Sarah Gavron - 2015
These are a-mazing roles to do in rep: “newcomer Leah Harvey, who is a tiny, eerie tricycle-riding Soothsayer in Julius Caesar, a vivid, athletic Earl of Douglas in Henry IV and an appealingly direct Miranda in The Tempest” not to mention Harriet Walter as Brutus/Henry IV/Prospero.
OOC announcement: Lady Phyllida would be most happy to advise your muses on matters of love, marriage, children, rumours that you murdered a blackmailer, illicit trade deals, the true meaning of art, social etiquette, and just about any subject under the sun!
Alan Rickman and Sharman Macdonald
Sharman Macdonald is a Scottish playwright, screenwriter, and actress.
“The Winter Guest” is a 1997 film directed by Alan Rickman in his debut as a director, which stars Phyllida Law and Emma Thompson.
The film is based on Sharman MacDonald’s play.