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E.V. Crowe returns to the Royal Court with Shoe Lady, tickets on sale soon!
The Royal Court Theatre has announced E.V. Crowe’s return for their 2020 season. Tickets for Shoe Lady go on sale in October 2019. Be the first to secure your tickets by signing up to our mailing list and we’ll notify you when the tickets drop!
Who is the Shoe Lady and what’s her story?
Viv is the shoe lady. She just has one pair of shoes, and they just happen to be her work shoes and her weekend shoes, and she has lost one of them. Viv is the shoe lady with just one shoe, and she doesn’t know what to do. She’s starting to feel a little overwhelmed by everything! The curtains are falling, and her feet are bleeding but still, she has hope. After all, once she finds that missing shoe, all will be well with the world.
The lady behind the Shoe Lady
E.V. Crowe has written across multiple fields, including theatre, film, television, radio and dance. She is a graduate of the Royal Court Young Writers Programme Super Group. Crowe is a rising writer; her plays having received awards and esteemed recognition. Her first play at the Royal Court, Kin was nominated for the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards. Her second Royal Court play, Hero, was part of the Olivier Award-winning season in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs. As well as being under commission for the Royal Court, Crowe also writes for Manhattan Theatre Club, The Unicorn Theatre, The Coterie, Manchester International Festival and Chichester Festival Theatre. She has also won an Imision Award for Best Radio Drama Script for How To Say Goodbye Properly.
The creative team so far…
Royal Court Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone directs Shoe Lady. Before joining the Royal Court in 2013, she was the Artistic Director at Paines Plough from 1997-2005 and the inaugural Artistic Director of the National Theatre of Scotland from 2005-2012. Her recent works at the Royal Court include The Cane, Gundog, Cyprus Avenue and Bad Roads. Her work at other theatres includes Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (West End and International Tour), What If Women Ruled The World? (Manchester International Festival) and The Wolves in the Walls (National Theatre of Scotland, UK Tour and NYC). Featherstone has also worked in television, her works include popular series Silent Witness and Where the Heart Is.
Shoe Lady tickets go on sale later this year and the run begins 4 March 2020 for a strictly limited season at the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court Theatre until the 21 March 2020. Don’t miss out on E.V. Crowe’s dazzling new play!