‘Haunt me then. Be with me always - take any form - drive me mad.’
A psychological thriller in which Cathy Earnshaw meets her maker Emily Brontë. Based on Wuthering Heights and Emily’s own story, it is a moor-bound exploration of identity, sexuality and our obsession with death, ghosts and romantic heroes.
"oozing with thoughtful and resonant writing" - A Younger Theatre
When ex-lovers meet after a gap of many years, what can we believe about the stories they tell? This highly praised play explores the divergence over time of the stories we tell about events.
"a play of pared elegance" - Fringe Review; “outstanding in its simplicity and honesty” - Broadway Baby
A one act adaptation of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, focusing on the seduction at the heart of the play.
"Sam Chittenden takes the original script and retains the bard’s words intact, but for a few added lines to support the changes and the twists, creating a far more powerful piece that exposes human traits for what they really are."; "in a final twist the whole is brought right up to date". Latest Brighton
In a drought-bound, post-apocalyptic world, where pregnancy is controlled by the state, a young woman bursts into the lives of a reservoir-keeper and his wife, sparking temptation and betrayal.
"Sam Chittenden has created a work reminiscent of the writing of Philip K Dick, perhaps the greatest of SF writers." Latest Brighton