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WRITER & PERFORMER | EDINBURGH FRINGE - SUMMERHALL

★★★★★ sold-out hit LESSONS ON REVOLUTION takes over Summerhall. On from 1-26 August at 2:15pm (not on 12 & 19 August) in the Former Women's Locker Room. Tickets available here.

"Compelling and galvanising" - James Graham

LESSONS ON REVOLUTION

UNDONE THEATRE

x CARMEN COLLECTIVE

Aug 2024

WRITER & PERFORMER | CAMDEN PEOPLE'S THEATRE

Meet real-life partners Joey and Gabs. This is a show about the show they never made. The true story of how a 1904 opera caused the breakdown of their relationship.​

Connecting Milan to Nagasaki, Hong Kong to London, SO THAT YOU MAY GO BEYOND THE SEA is an irreverent look at the stories that shape us, whether we like it or not.

Funded by Arts Council England

"A tender and funny play that leaves our expectations at the door"

★★★★ - A Young(ish) Perspective​

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"Light-hearted, engaging drama"

★★★★ - Broadway Baby​

"Provocative and thoughtful"

★★★★ - Theatre Weekly​​

"It pushe[s] the limits of documentary theatre"

- The Greatest Pause

SO THAT YOU MAY GO

BEYOND THE SEA 

UNDONE THEATRE

Spring 2024

WRITER & PERFORMER | SOHO THEATRE - SOHO RISING FESTIVAL

Following a critically acclaimed, ★★★★★ run at the Hope Theatre,  LESSONS ON REVOLUTION has been programmed at Soho Theatre as part of their Soho Rising Festival.

LESSONS ON REVOLUTION

UNDONE THEATRE

x CARMEN COLLECTIVE

Feb 2024

WRITER & PERFORMER | HOPE THEATRE

LESSONS ON REVOLUTION is a daring new piece of documentary theatre. It is a gripping and immersive journey through global and personal history which asks: in a new age of inequality and injustice, how can the voices of the past give us hope?

Funded by Arts Council England,  supported by the London School of Economics

"a thought provoking production delivered with style"

★★★★★ - A Young(ish) Perspective

"one of the biggest highlights of my year in theatre"

★★★★ - Theatre and Tonic

"a triumph of writing and performance"

★★★★ - Broadway Baby

"touching, heartfelt, and full of hope"

★★★★ - The Upcoming

"a truly memorable and compelling show"

★★★★ - The Peg Review

★★★★ - London Theatre Reviews

★★★★ - Everything Theatre

LESSONS ON REVOLUTION

UNDONE THEATRE

x CARMEN COLLECTIVE

Sept-Oct 2023 (2 weeks)

DIRECTOR & DRAMATURG | UNDONE THEATRE x artsdepot

I directed the R&D of a new show responding to the use of yellow-face in opera, in collaboration with a writer, composer, and musical director. Joey Jepp's Butterfly Project encourages BESEA self-empowerment and speaking up against the (mis)representation of BESEA identities on stage.

Funded by Arts Council England, supported by the Japan Society, artsdepot, New Earth Theatre, Theatre Deli, London Performance Studios | Find out more here

BUTTERFLY PROJECT

UNDONE THEATRE

April 2023

DRAMATURG | CARMEN COLLECTIVE

'Something Is Wrong' is a physical and textual exploration of how London's inequalities are embodied in its citizens. As a dramaturg, I provided the team with research and starting points for a devising process that combined text with movement and choreography.

Funded by Arts Council England

SOMETHING IS WRONG

CARMEN COLLECTIVE

August 2022

DIRECTOR, CO-WRITER & CO-PRODUCER | VAULT FESTIVAL x ROSEMARY BRANCH

Following the cancellation of VAULT Festival 2022, Undone Theatre's all-new, ACE-funded production of the queer two-hander Selected Recordings of Us has been transferred to the Rosemary Branch Theatre. 

Funded by the Arts Council, supported by Rosemary Branch, Boundless Theatre, Glass House

"Sensitively and complexly written" -  Nic Connaughton, Head of Theatre @The Pleasance​

"Joyous and bittersweet" - Alexander Knott, former Artistic Director of the Old Red Lion Theatre

SELECTED RECORDINGS

OF US

UNDONE THEATRE

April 2022 (1 week)

WRITER | BRIDGE THEATRE READING ROOM PROGRAMME

As part of the Reading Room programme, I am proud to present a reading of my play Ghostwriter at the Bridge Theatre to an invited industry audience. Ghostwriter is a non-linear, metatheatrical dark comedy that explores intergenerational struggles in the arts and the social responsibility of theatre makers, interrogating whose voices we get to hear onstage.

Longlist - Masterclass 'Pitch Your Play' competition 2023 

GHOSTWRITER

BRIDGE THEATRE

February 2022

DIRECTOR & DRAMATURG | VAULT x OMNIBUS THEATRE

Following the cancellation of VAULT Festival, Mengqi He's provocative exploration of race, gender and migration has been transferred to Omnibus Theatre. After offering dramaturgical support and workshopping the text during an R&D phase, I have directed a WIP production of Happy Together.

Funded by Arts Council England

HAPPY TOGETHER

VAULT FESTIVAL

February 2022

DIRECTOR & WRITER | THE SPACE

Selected Recordings of Us is a non-linear, interactive, and queer two-hander exploring how LGBTQ+ individuals remember their personal stories when LGBTQ+ history has been erased. Based on the show's exploration of queer memory, I have created the Remembering project, a collection of fragments from our production and from a Q&A with our audiences.

Funded by Arts Council England

"Ambitious", "moving", "bold and fascinating" – There Ought To Be Clowns

"those involved have plenty to offer us in the future"​ – Everything Theatre

Top 15% of 2020 open submissions at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

SELECTED RECORDINGS

OF US

UNDONE THEATRE

September 2021 (1 week)

DIRECTOR & WRITER | BYRE THEATRE

Following a mentally unstable hero who tries to piece together a narrative that is both his own story and an impersonal archetype, this unsettling take on Greek tragedy turns the original text into a modern-day tale about identity, memory, power, and politics. Featuring original music, sound, dance, and videography.

The project also featured a Q&A on adapting Greek tragedy with the cast and crew and the support of the Centre for the Public Understanding of Greek and Roman Drama (CPUGRD).

"a spiralised, dystopian rendering of the play, [...] like a Black Mirror episode in the flesh”

“Uboldi has constructed a story that interweaves seamlessly through and upon itself, so full  of careful details and structured levels” – Owl Eyes Magazine

OEDIPUS REX

MERMAIDS THEATRE

February 2020

DIRECTOR & WRITER | EDINBURGH FRINGE

Greece, 2400 years ago. When Pentheus, the King of Thebes, refuses to recognise Dionysus in his divinity, the god goes to the city to punish him. Or, this should be the plot, if the theatre company weren't arguing over how to stage the show on the night of the premiere.

"A triumphant attempt to turn the 2400-year-old classic drama by Euripides into a funny, politically relevant piece of theatre that appeals to, and engages with, a modern audience"

​"capture[s] the  audience with both light-hearted jokes and serious intensity" – St.Art Magazine

BACCHAE

MERMAIDS THEATRE

August 2018 (2 weeks)

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