Mark Ravenhill Oeuvre
Our group researched the works and productions of Mark Ravenhill, including personal bio’s and current projects.
Below is the information presented in our slideshow illustrating our understanding of his influences, work ethos and what drives him.
MARK RAVENHILL (1966-)
Shopping and Fucking (1996)
Faust Is Dead (1997)
Sleeping Around (1998)
Some Explicit Polaroids (1999)
Mother Clap’s Molly House (2000)
Feed Me (Radio Play) (2000)
Totally Over You (2003)
The Cut (2006)
Pool (No Water) (2006)
Ravenhill For Breakfast (2007)
Scenes From Family Life (2007)
Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat (2008)
Over There (2009)
The Experiment (2009)
Ten Plagues (2011)
FURTHER WORK INCLUDES
The Coronation of Poppea Monteverdi (2011)
Black Cab (TV Series, 2000)
Al cuore (short, 2002)
National Theatre Live (TV series, 2010)
Playhouse: Live “Ghost Story” (TV Series, 2010)
Vicious (TV Series, 2013)
Bette Bourne (a project for the Gay & Lesbian Film Festival)
Mark Ravenhill is now in his second year of residence at the RSC, Royal Shakespeare Company (BBC News).
Ravenhill did a remediation of Terry Pratchett’s novel Nation, in 2010.
He also adapted and translated Bertolt Brecht’s play, A Life of Galileo, in 2013.
Bertolt Brecht (Brechtian theatre)