We're very happy to release our first video interview with actors and writers who are participating in the Screen Rebels Showcase. Each video will explore the craft of acting and writing from the artist's point of view as they discuss their experiences and training within the industry.
Today's interview is with actor, Rosie Frecker.
Rosie is a London based actor, who trained at E15 Acting school, and is also a writer / director.
She's been involved in some compelling projects in the past year, including; the play, The Voice (The Land In My Blood) and Perennial State, a Royal Holloway Graduate film directed by Lorenzo Fantini (Screen Rebels co-founder). (Shameless plug here!)
She's also active in theatre, as a Visiting Director in the Axis Arts New Theatre Festival at The White Bear Theatre
This festival is a vibrant and energetic programme of brand new work. Seven companies of emerging artists make their debut appearance in a riotous season of varied work. Overrun by dark fairy-tale and living sex dolls on the one hand, whilst viciously ripping apart our tabloid obsessions and patriarchal structures with the other.
It sounds like an incredible experience and well worth checking out.
The festival runs from the 4th November through to the 22nd November.
Rosie will be performing next in The Octopus Trap, which will be on at The Rose and Crown in Walthamstow from the 17th to the 19th November.
This interview was filmed with the permission of the great people of The Proud Archivist in Haggerston.