CREATIVE DIRECTOR AND CURATOR OF LIVE EVENTS

Caz began directing at the age of fifteen at her mother's Drama School, in Inverness. She took over the schools productions and LAMDA Examination responsibilities when her Mum became unexpectedly ill. Her interest in interpreting a playwrights vision in words has been an exciting journey. The next leg of this particular part of her portfolio is realising her own visions. 

As a creative director and curator of live events Caz is currently working with National Museum Wales on the Museum Lates programme.  

2020

Adam and Eve by Mikail Bulgakov (translated by Michael Glenny). Caz is currently adapting Glenny's translation to the current Covid19 context. The production is planned for May, 2020. 

Museum Lates: DINO 

Writing a new piece of theatre in response to Dippy the Dinosaur, Caz also directed three actors ( Rowan Liggett, Anghared Evans and Mark Sadler) to perform an intimate performance as part of a torch lit tour of the Dippy at night. 

2019

Museum Lates: SPACE in collaboration with tactileBOSCH and Blue Honey. Caz is the creative director on Museum Lates and will continue to work in this capacity over the next 12 months. Lates: SPACE was an interactive, immersive transformation of National Museum Wales gallery spaces and main hall, hosting creative responses to the theme of Space. This was in celebration of the first Moon landing. 

2018

Midsummer Nights Dream with Magpies Events and Entertainment. A mini festival of arts situated in a sprawling Victorian Garden. Featuring promenade scenes from A Midsummers Nights Dream, Live bands, Burlesque and Fire Poi.

Underground Caravan Cabaret with Magpies Arts and Entertainment & Hourglass Entertainment, for Hub Festival, Cardiff. A venue and programme of live bands, psychic, film and performance art. 

2017

Street Homeless, Me with BBC Connect Studios and BBCTaster. Through BBC Connect Studios Caz was commissioned to develop, write and direct an innovative, interactive digital storytelling 'film'. Still in process, the film features stories from the Homeless community in Cardiff,  as portrayed by two actors Calum Beaton and Simone Somers-Yates. They tell these stories to camera, adding detail to their history dependent on audience choices. ( With Producer at BBC- Robin Moore; Camera - Daniel Alford; Digital Director Jack Kibble-White; Actors - Calum Beaton & Simone Somers-Yates).https://youtu.be/1OODshMHS2s

Documentary of tactileBosch' artist residency in Berlin. Following artists Beth Sal Greenhalgh, Tim Bromage, Rachel Helena Walsh, Gareth Evans & Sarah Younan as they discuss the creative process when responding to Wedding, Berlin, in residency.

https://youtu.be/jQCFVBwRwxo

2015

A Roadtrip through Assam: Storytelling, Bihu and Gamucha, funded by Creative Scotland artist development fund Carrie went to Assam to research Assamese performance culture to inform a new community production at Scotland Street School Museum, Glasgow Musuems inspired by Assamese Contemporary Art. ( Produced in creative collaboration with David Newman). 

https://youtu.be/F7MVZHoO2hU

2014

Satire of the Three Estates Community Outreach Documentary with Historic Scotland and Edinburgh & Brunel Universities.

A View from Here with Scottish refugee Council. Caz divised and directed two bespoke site specific productions with community participants that presented the stories from two high tower blocks of flats that were due to be demolished. 

2012

Curious Forum Film for Glasgow Museums. This project was a series of short films that were used as an educational tool to explore active community citizenship in intercultural environments.

2011

The Umbilical Cord by Krystina Kofta, at The Tron Theatre Changing Room, Glasgow. Performed as part of Refugee Week.

2010

The Inquisitor by Peter Arnott at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 

2009

To Live in the Sun by Thornton Wilder at The Ramshorn Graveyard as part of Merchant City Festival, Glasgow.

2008

Antigone in New York by Janusz Glowacki in Kelvingrove Park during Refugee Week and West End Festival, Glasgow.

2007

Antigone by Sophlocles at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum for West End Festival. 

 

(image with photographer and videographer, Daniel Alford).

 
 

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