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Mark Street has worked as a theatre director, filmmaker, and acting tutor for the past 15 years.
He has directed and taught at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, Italia Conti, Rose Bruford, E15, and Arts Ed.
As a filmmaker, Mark has directed, written, and produced short films, commercials, and music videos. His films have premiered at international festivals, with his latest feature-length documentary, The Space: Theatre of Survival, being broadcast on Sky Arts. He has co-founded a number of theatre companies developing improvisation techniques to create award-winning theatre pieces that played at many of the Fringe venues around the country. His other theatre directing credits include:
- The Love of a Nightingale and Summerfolk at The Cockpit
- Deserted at the Orange Tree Theatre
- Ruffian on The Stairs at Camden People’s Theatre
- Spooked at the Pleasance London.
Mark’s professional acting credits include:
- Sasha in The Cherry Orchard at the Greenwich Theatre
- Rodrigo in Othello at the Oxford Union
- a national tour of the Dolls House playing Krogstad
- a national-tour of Ladies Night and appearances on TV
- short films
- other independent productions.
He is currently working in collaboration with the head of movement at the Royal Central School, Vanessa Ewan, on a short film using dance/movement to explore our misconceptions surrounding age. He is also researching for his book, using his experience as a filmmaker, theatre director, and lecturer to develop a process that will help actors develop character when working on both stage and/or screen.