Meet Group 20

Charles Douglas, Christina Fulcher, Corinna Marlowe, Hannah Moss


Lucy and Mary have both lost something dear to them and are struggling to cope without it. When their worlds fall apart, we witness them adjust to a ‘new normal’ through a series of confessions, and hard hitting conversations. ‘Hinges’ is an honest portrayal of grief, loneliness and coping in a time of uncertainty as we move into the magic of the new normal.

Available August 29

Charles Douglas – Director/Writer
Charles is a freelance theatre director based in London, formerly in Norfolk. His work is primarily focused on socio-political issues and new writing. Charles’ style incorporates elements of surrealism, blended with aspects of naturalism, as a way of accentuating the poignancy of a message or theme within a play. More details of previous productions, and upcoming projects can be found on his website:

Christina Fulcher – Movement Director
Christina is an inclusive Movement Director, Intimacy Director, Researcher and Teacher working
nationally and internationally in theatre, opera and new writing. She holds an MFA in Movement
Directing & Teaching from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. She is Co-Founder of Inclusion
Collective, which is a space to connect movement practitioners and artists from a variety of disciplines
to develop practice around inclusivity to transform as we talk, work and share together. Movement
Director credits include: CASPA Online Showcase; WHEN WE DIED; STAGES; DON’T TALK TO STRANGERS
(2020 VAULT Festival). Assistant choreographer/movement director credits: EMILIA (West End) and
WASTED (Southwark Playhouse).

Corinna Marlowe – Actor
Corinna trained at Drama Centre. Her 55-year career began with weekly rep and 4 pantomime principal
boys. She has understudied and played supporting parts in the West End and leads in regional theatre
and on tour. Theatre Credits include; ENTERTAINING STRANGERS, COUNTRYMANIA (National
Theatre), PYGMALION (The Old Vic) Grandma in BLITZ! (2020), Olga and Countess in CAN-CAN!, Anfisa in
THREE SISTERS, (all Union Theatre). Her career highlight was the leading role of Margrethe Bohr in
Michael Frayn’s COPENHAGEN (Duchess Theatre) for 20 months. Screen appearances include DOCTORS,
WALLIAMS AND FRIEND (BBC1) and in a Venetian gondola for a GoCompare commercial.

Hannah Moss – Physical Theatre Actor
Hannah is a physical theatre actor/maker who is obsessed with all things visual & movementy. Having a playful and a witty style, she loves clown and dark comedic pieces. She is also a big fan of high energy/action work, having trained in stage combat & corporeal mime. If you ever give her the chance
to interact with audience members, you’ll never shut her up! Known for bringing the best biscuits into a
rehearsal room, she loves nothing more than a collaborative project and therefore is super excited to be
working with Charles, Christina and Corinna for the Virtual Festival.

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