Geraldine Alexander

Geraldine Alexander is an actor, writer and director, and Amygdala is her first professional production of her own writing, following a very successful reading at The Print Room earlier this year. Her acting credits on stage include Pillars of the Community and Strange Interlude at the National Theatre, Titus Andronicus at Shakespeare's Globe, Fall at the Traverse Theatre, Neil Bartlett's adaptation of The Maids, and State of Emergency at the Gate. Extensive television credits include Shetland, Any Human Heart, The Government Inspector, Silent Witness, Dance to the Music of Time and Poirot. Writing work includes a workshop of her play, My Mother's Skin, directed by Marianne Elliot at the National Studio, and she is co-writing a TV series in development with ITV. For RADA, she has directed The Seagull, Present Laughter and Thornton Wilder's Our Town.

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