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Mathilde Dratwa
Mathilde Dratwa
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One-Act Plays
Escape from Garden Grove
 
Playwright...
Mathilde hails from a small country that has three official languages and holds the world record for going the longest time without a government. Mathilde is small, she speaks three languages, and she’s not too fond of authority.
Mathilde’s homeland produces the world’s finest chocolate. Which explains a lot.
When she isn’t eating chocolate, Mathilde writes plays, screenplays and poems. She has also written articles for The Huffington Post, and, bizarrely, for several newspapers an magazines in Sri Lanka.
Mathilde's full name is Mathilde Gisele Jessica Alice Marie Dratwa Wojciechowski. Yes, really.
...Mostly
Once upon a time, Mathilde was an English teacher and head of Drama at the International School of Toulouse. Now based in New York, she works as a teaching artist for the New Victory and the Roundabout Theatre Company.
She has appeared onstage in the United States (Mark Morris, HERE), England (Shakespeare's Globe, Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cochrane Theater), Russia (Vakhtangov Institute), France (Theatre de la Digue) and Belgium (La Monnaie - National Opera House).
Background and Education
Mathilde holds a BA and MA in English Literature and a Post-Graduate Certificate of Education as an English and Drama teacher, all from Cambridge University, as well as a masters in Classical Acting from Drama Centre London. Mathilde is perfectly bilingual in French and English and fluent in Spanish.
Escape from Garden Grove
'Escape from Garden Grove' was developed with Ingenue Theatre and workshopped at Public Assembly, New York in February 2013. It was directed by Brian Roff, and the cast was as follows
Vicki Blankenship......Faye
Martine Moore...........Sophie
It was presented at Manhattan Repertory Theatre in May 2013. Shortly afterwards, it was produced by Variations Theatre Group (at the Chain Theatre) and the Gallery Payers. The cast and director were the same.

The Hand-to-Mouth Players and the Secret Theatre also produced the piece, each with their own creative team, director and cast.
Escape From Garden Grove
'Jelly bean?'
 
One-Act Plays
 Escape From Garden Grove 
 

 
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